Monday, May 07, 2012
Numéro Cinq has a short story by Leon Rooke, "Heidegger, Floss, Elfride, and the Cat".
Lights that flickered, curtain at a certain pitch in the summoning, the rendezvous with Frau Blochmann now concluded, Heidegger clamps his trouser legs and bicycles home.

Floss withholds opinion on the Master’s affair with the eminent colleague, which he knows will continue another few decades. What he wonders is what Elfride will say when the philosopher king comes through the door.
Earlier, we had Rooke's "Early Obscenities in the Life of the World's Foremost Authority on Heidegger".
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