"OUSIA" is an exploration of the futility of societal convention, of wrongfully condemned criminals, of the absurdity of legal institutions which have made justice a commodity for sale. From the inane repercussions of militant feminism, to the hopelessness of a homeless and chronic alcoholic, to the injustice of capital punishment, "OUSIA" looks into all of the crevices of post - modernism, and prophecies the end of the modern age. It is, however, not only a prophecy of the end of modernism, but it is a prophecy of the bright shining dawn into which we are all gazing as it makes its advent into our unique point in history.
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The review of this Book prepared by Ted Wilkinson