Screen is Barry N. Malzberg’s daring and controversial debut novel about a man who can only obtain sexual satisfaction by projecting himself into fantasies evoked by the cinema.
In the tradition of Vladimir Nabokov, Malzberg
draws his readers over the precipice of rationality into a realm where dreams
are real—a realm in which the hero, a humble investigator for the New York City
Welfare Department, finds himself married to Sophia Loren, seducing Elizabeth
Taylor, and seduced by Brigitte Bardot—all in one tortured weekend.
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