The City and the CityeBook - 2009
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Kafka-esque, in the best possible sense of the word: a world that is very much like our own, except for a dually existing reality that no one is allowed to acknowledge.
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I as turned, I saw past the edges of the estate to the end of GunterStrasz, between the drity brick buildings.
Trash moved in the wind. It might be anywhere. An elderly woman was walking slowly away from me in a shambling sway. She turned her head and looked at me. I was struck by her motion, and I met her eyes. I wondered if she wanted to tell me something. In my glance I took in her clothes, her way of walking, of holding herself, and looking.
With a hard start, I realised that she was not on GunterStrasz at all, and that I should not have seen her.
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