Jews-Christians-Moslems, we are all One! Gandhi said. For all these Peoples of the Book, in the Beginning was
In Dictionary of the Khazars: A Lexicon Novel
, Milorad Pavic splinters the words of
the peoples of the book into
nonlinear narratives or “dictionaries,” the Red Book (Christian version), the Green Book (Islamic version), and
Yellow Book (Hebrew version).
The Cut-Ups of William Burroughs
and Brion Gysin also
sought to disrupt the time
but, more radically, to subvert the Word altogether, to find a new way, perhaps more mysterious and mystifying.
— Alexander Parritt, introduction to Alan Richardson's monograph “Metanarration in the Notes
of Figurski” in the
series Millennial Machinations (Fictitious Press, 2001)