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Rene Descartes Does Not Exist peals with the undercurrent of plangent chimes in a forgotten twilight. The unheimlich volume is a Borgesian unreality of lambent crookedness which resonates with the eidolon of laughter. A Ligottian, experimental antinovel and literary criticism of House Of Leaves, The King In Yellow, Cosmicism, and The Untidy Starving Shadows, the tome creaks and creeps. Suspirias susurrise among passages. There persists a revelation which cannot be defined, but which is captured by the crude eyes of certain dolls. It is sinistral with twin mirrored Houses, untidy, unfamiliar shapes in the darkness… It is very strange… It is crookedly peculiar… The words are crooked, tenebrously untidy, as though the tome were hazy, a foggy, peculiar looking-glass- curious words that seem to keep some secret, monstrous if one only knew.
Crucial Notification Regarding This Exhaustive Edition
Tenth And Final Edition
Rene Descartes Does Not Exist has been released within its final edition as of The Third Of May, Two Thousand And Twenty. This final edition is the tenth edition of the work.
No material has been destroyed or significantly altered from the work’s original publication as The Abyss Laughs. Rather, alterations to the work’s title, cover, and title pages are now enhanced by a significant increase of the work’s length.
The work has been incorporated with significant elements regarding its outer material, its various organizations of metafictional nestedness, and its various poesies. The work now includes significant text upon its cover, as well as a significant increase of its word-length and page-count. The following alterations generally impact only the Tome’s Electronic Book. Significant increases of The Tome’s electronic locations have occurred.
The work’s ergodic typography and experimental style have been restored to its original format, and text which was previously present upon the tome’s previous front covers has been entirely restored and expanded to this edition’s artwork. All attempts have been made by the author to preserve Book One of The Abyss Laughs’s format. No further changes are expected to be made to the work, save for possible alterations to the text’s space and hue, which match where possible the original tome. The structure of the platform’s Electronic Book format dictate the exclusion of divergent fonts, hues, and blank pages from being viewed within electronic book. All precautions have been made to translate the work as it would appear within a printed tome. The work’s expansion has been carefully curated to adhere to the concepts of the original manuscript.
A declaration was previously promulgated regarding the expansion of Rene Descartes Does Not Exist. All intended changes to the work have now been set, and further expansions of the tale will occur only through further instalments. The tome is the prelude of The Abyss Laughs.
The work was originally published as The Abyss Laughs. Rene Descartes Does Not Exist is now the first step within the series.
The antinovel’s sequel will be released upon The Twenty-First of August, Two Thousand And Twenty-Two.
The tome, dread-soaked and unnatural, is plangent, an antiphenomenon. The Abyss Laughs twists peculiarly, crooked and crazy… The work is a phenomenon of things, stranger still, which are barely glimpsed within looking-glasses and the reflections of windows… The revelation would be only a few words… The untidy pages and Word Tsalal of Rene Descartes Does Not Exist contain ergodic, cosmic, and Poetic experimental elements, set by H.P. Lovecraft, Thomas Ligotti, Mark Z. Danielewski, Wagner’s The River Of Night’s Dreaming, Poe, and kin… Such persons are named within the work’s authorial list. The author strives to acknowledge mythopoeia… Postmodern, Bizarro, Lovecraftian, Cosmicism Elements, The King In Yellow, The Yello

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