The Terrible but Incomplete Journals of John DAudiobook CD - 1998
John D. is -- by his own description -- an "average, white, fin-de-siecle kind of guy." Inspired by Dostoevsky's 'Notes From the Underground, ' John D.'s journals traverse a landscape populated by his personal and professional demons, and the memory of "M", the lover he has betrayed. Faced with the collapse of his moral prevarications, he ruminates on the politics of guilt and love. In a series of events that range from the quotidian to the geopolitical, John D. dissects his life in a harrowing, and sometimes hilarious self-examination.