A brilliant parable that treats a dauntingly abstract conception with vivid specificity and clear-eyed humanity.
Kirkus Reviews

Available May 1, 1996

The Yellow Arrow

Fiction by Victor Pelevin

A Russian train which makes no stops, the Yellow Arrow has no end and no beginning, and its destination is a ruined bridge. Andrei, less and less lulled by the never-ending hum of the wheels, begins to look for a way to escape. But life in the carriages goes on as always. “Indifferent to their fate, the passengers carry on as usual––trading in nickel melted down from the carriage doors, attending the Upper Bunk avant-garde theatre, leafing through Pasternak’s Early Trains, or disposing of their dead through the compartment windows” (The London Observer).

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Paperback (published May 1, 1996)

ISBN
9780811213554
Price US
12.95
Page Count
96

Clothbound (published May 1, 1996)

ISBN
9780811213240
Page Count
96

Victor Pelevin

Contemporary Russian novelist

A brilliant parable that treats a dauntingly abstract conception with vivid specificity and clear-eyed humanity.
Kirkus Reviews