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Lobster is a novella written by Guillaume Lecasble, translated by Poly McLean and published in the UK by Dedalus Books in 2005.
Lobster (novel) Wikipedia
The novel received positive reviews in the press. Nicholas Lezard, in The Guardian, enjoyed Lobster, concluding "There was a Lobster-shaped hole in world literature which has now been neatly filled by this remarkable work.".
In The Daily Telegraph, Sam Leith recommended it in a list of 'Mad Stuff'.
In Kirkus Reviews, the novel received a positive review which recommended it as a "brief, bizarre, boiling broth of surrealism, romantic fatalism and slapstick."
Publisher's Weekly also enjoyed the novel, calling it "both tender and appalling".Lobster, in Dedalus Books' catalogue
The first chapter of the novel