Year of publication: 2006
Anna Kavan ICE Foreword Anna Kavans Ice is a work of literary slipstream, one of the most significant novels of its type. It was the last of the novels she wrote it was published in 1967, a year before her death, although two other novels, whose manuscripts were found in her papers, appeared later. It is serious, evocative and surprising, unique in its obsessive images of encroachment. It is also unusual for its virtually plotless story, told in scenes of happenstance and coincidence. The idea ...