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By Zygmunt Miloszewski

The morning after a bunch psychotherapy consultation in a Warsaw monastery, Henry Talek is located useless, a roasting spit caught in a single eye.

Public prosecutor Teodor Szacki, world-weary, being affected by bureaucratic exhaustion and marital ennui, feels that existence has handed him via. yet this example adjustments every little thing. as a result of it he meets Monika Grzelka, a tender journalist whose charms end up tough to withstand, and he discovers the scary energy of convinced esoteric healing tools. The stunning video clips of the periods lead him to an array of attainable situations. might one of many sufferers became so absorbed through his remedy role-playing that he murdered Telak? Szacki's research leads him to an previous homicide, ahead of the autumn of Communism.

And why is the key Police unexpectedly taking an curiosity in all this? As Szacki uncovers every piece of the puzzle, evidence emerge that he'd be at an advantage now not figuring out, for his personal safety.

Zygmunt Miloszewski, born in Warsaw in 1975, is an editor at the moment operating for Newsweek. His first novel, The Intercom, was once released in 2005 to excessive acclaim. Entanglement in 2007, and the writer is now engaged on screenplays in accordance with The Intercom and Entanglement in addition to on a sequel to the latter, additionally that includes Teodor Szacki.

Translated from Polish via Antonia Lloyd-Jones

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The primary means of transportation will be by land. Railroad technologies will be crucial. It isn't certain at this juncture who will dominate this immense region and where the center of the European sphere will be. Europe's equivalent to Japan's archipelago, wired and covered by a latticework of speed train tracks, is the region THE EVOLUTION 56 THE S T R U G G L E FOR S U P R E M A C Y that extends from London to Milan, passing Brussels, Paris, and Frankfurt. This area seems the best placed as the candidate for the center of the European sphere.

In time, the United States will surely adjust to a new identity. Perhaps by the early years of the new century, the reality can be codified in a new set of institutions. Such institutions will be required to link the diverse countries that make up the Pacific sphere. Ultimately, that sphere will become organized, but in a much different way than the European Community. The Pacific countries are hobbled by their lack of any common history. Nor do they share an intimate 54 THE S T R U G G L E FOR S U P R E M A C Y understanding of the models and levels of development of their neighbors.

But, what is not made in the United States proper only provides indirect benefits to the American economy. The economic deficit has grown, while America's role in the global economy has shrunk: in the past fifteen years, 42 THE S T R U G G L E FOR S U P R E M A C Y American industry lost six percentage points of its share of the world market. Japan, in the same period, gained fifteen points. America's share of the market for machine tools—an essential product indicative of a country's economic competitiveness—has fallen from 25 percent to 5 percent in thirty years, while that of Japan has increased from o percent to 22 percent.

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