Review in Quadrant, XLIV, 2015


“In this thoroughly ‘of the moment’ book, Sherry Salman takes us on a journey starting on a train platform in Penn Station in Manhattan carried on the wings of her dream, to multifarious cultures, times, technologies and ideologies. She seeks to make a case that the “story before the story” lies in human imagination. If imagination¬†extends everywhere in all directions, where would we find a center?…She sees the approaching reckoning, the slouching monster headed toward its postmodern Bethlehem, as a confrontation with imagination itself rather than with the multitudinous posited parade of ideas, religious, cultural and political systems that History has presented through the Veil of Maya.”

Reviewed by Jeffrey Rubin Morey

Quadrant review



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