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Antkind: Charlie Kaufman’s debut novel is a hilarious tangle of baroque inventiveness

The screenwriter and director’s outlandish satire on ‘wokeness’ evokes the story-within-a-story ingenuity of his films

9th August, 2020
Charlie Kaufman, the screenwriter and director: his debut novel finds him mellower but more hilarious than ever

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Antkind

By Charlie Kaufman

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