|Forlag||Seven Stories Press|
|Emne||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)|
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Om Tea of Ulaanbaatar
National Magazine Award finalist Christopher Howard's debut novel, Tea of Ulaanbaatar, tells the story of disaffected Peace Corps volunteer Warren, who flees life in late-capitalist America to find himself stationed in the post-Soviet industrial hell of urban Mongolia. As the American presence crumbles, Warren seeks escape in tsus, the mysterious "blood tea" that may be the final revenge of the defeated Khansor that may be only a powerful hallucinogen operating on an uneasy mindas a phantasmagoria of violence slowly envelops him.With prose that combines Benjamin Kunkel's satiric bite, William Burroughss dark historical reimagining, and a lush literary beauty all his own, Christopher Howard in Tea of Ulaanbaatar unfolds a story of expatriate angst, the dark side of globalization, and middle-class nightmaresand announces himself as one of the most inventive and ambitious of the new generation of American novelists.