A sea voyage, a desert island story, and a Dantesque, existential allegory all rolled into one surreal masterpiece.
Weird #33: “A Child in the Bush of Ghosts” by Olympe Bhêly-Quénum (1949)
A journey from death to life in the forests of Benin.
Weird #32: “The Aleph” by Jorge Luis Borges (1945)
Is there a link between weird fiction and mysticism?
Weird #31: “The Long Sheet” by William Sansom (1944)
The true meaning of freedom