Wittgenstein's Mistress by David Markson

The novel is a stream-of-consciousness narrative from the perspective of a woman who believes she is the last human on earth. She shares her thoughts, memories, and experiences in a non-linear and often confusing manner. The narrative is filled with cultural and historical references, creating a haunting and profound exploration of loneliness, memory, and the human condition.

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