In France, a memorial library can be found encased in a series of catacombs. In a different library, the living have themselves become an oral record of literature. Another library mandates fidelity to a book till its completion, while yet another houses books in a state of half-eaten incompleteness. Taking a cue from Italo Calvino’s famous novel Invisible Cities, this book captures the enigmatic world of books and libraries.
Yoda Press, 102 pages, Rs 395