In Patrice Martin’s ticklish tip of the hat to the writing of Franz Kafka, we follow the misadventures of a bureaucrat – aptly named “P.” (pun intended) – as he embarks on the illustrious task of collecting the titular headgear. “P.” expects that the accomplishment of this seemingly simple task will grant him both a professional and a personal promotion. But Martin’s eager protagonist has overlooked the systematic diﬃculty in modern bureaucracies – as well as in some of twentieth-century’s best
ﬁction – of getting things done.
$12.95 | 144 pages | Pub. Date: 2012
5.5 W × 8.5 H × .5 D inches
Fiction | Backlist
| Bisac: FIC019000
ISBN 13: 9780889227439
| Rights: WORLD