from The Morning News -- a review of Flaw
Though I have accepted softcover books as a useful literary appliance, I have never really overcome certain pathological reservations—having said that, I must offer that Archipelago does a fine job of putting out subtly attractive editions. In this case, it has published three of Polish novelist Tulli’s four award-winning novels. Tulli, spoken of as a latter-day Bruno Schulz, writes of an unnamed city devastated by an economic collapse and an influx of refugees. The novel’s prose becomes less and less specific and more of a meditation on story.