The book is an anthology of surreal ambiguous and very short stories. Each story is no more than couple of pages long, presented in laconic sentences with use of intentionally spare, antiliterary vocabulary. About fifty stories span two hundred and fifty pages. The protagonists are Average Joes " taking impossible things seriously and grave matters lightly". Keret says: “I would call it subjective realism, I am trying to show things the way they feel.” Keret explains that his work is influenced by Franz Kafka: "Kafka tries to reach his moral goal by disorientating the reader. A short story in this style is like a slap in the face. [WikiPedia]
- Nem szerepel egyetlen kollekcióban sem.