Instead, I think I'll go back to reading The Question of Bruno. I am terrible at giving summaries of books that I'm reading, mostly because the plot is not always the central point. For instance, the stories are brimming with genuinely lovely sentences:
I think intellectulas are the pets of the world, digging holes in the backyard of history.
-- "The Sorge Spy Ring"
I dread the fact that life is always slower than death and I have been chosen, despite my weakness, against my will, to witness the discrepancy.
-- "A Coin"