by Dubravka Ugresic

Narrated as though a series of autobiographical essays, heavily footnoted with real and fictitious references, and foxtrotting across continents, cultures and history, Fox takes on the persona of its namesake to explore storytelling, to challenge the form of the novel, and to comment on human survival.

Like the fox, the novel is playful, sly, tricksy and elusive.

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