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Description. Cyclonopedia is theoretical-fiction novel by Iranian philosopher and writer Reza Negarestani. Hailed by novelists, philosophers and. Start by marking “Cyclonopedia: Complicity with Anonymous Materials” as Want to Read: Somewhere, in some beautiful alternate universe, some years ago the young Iranian student Reza Negarestani was denied entry to the graduate school of the University of Warwick and, crushed. Reza Negarestani is an Iranian philosopher and writer, known for "pioneering the genre of 'theory-fiction' with his book" Cyclonopedia which was published in Work - Bibliography - Books.
Cyclonopedia is one of those books that drives you ecstatic for being so different from anything you have ever read so far. In this book, Iranian Philosopher Reza. National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication Data. Negrestani, Reza. Cyclonopedia i complicity with anonymous materials / Reza Negarestani. Introduces the new occult subject of palaeopetrology. Takes Deluze and Guattari for a ride with occult Iranian numerology mixed with Lovecraftian horror.
14 Aug Reza Negarestani's first novel Cyclonopedia: Complicity with Anonymous Materials is among my favorite books of the aughts, and the most. At once a horror fiction, a work of speculative theology, an atlas of demonology, a political samizdat and a philosophic grimoire, CYCLONOPEDIA is work of. With the publication of Cyclonopedia, Reza Negarestani catapulted to the forefront of the most interesting uncanny writers of the twenty-first century. Given that. 2 days ago The Lovecraft Reread · The Secret Life of Abdul Al-Hazred: Reza Negarestani's “ Dust Enforcer” · Anne M. Pillsworth and Ruthanna Emrys. CYCLONOPEDIA is a middle-eastern Odyssey, populated by archeologists, jihadis, oil smugglers, Delta Force officers, heresiarchs, corpses of ancient gods and.