Nog (novel)

Nog (Novel)

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Nog is a psychedelic novel by Rudolph Wurlitzer published in 1969. Written in an experimental style, the novel is described by Atlantic Monthly as being effective at replicating "the slight and continuous dissociation of reality...normally achieved by using soft drugs to tinker with the nervous system." Nog was republished in 2009 by the independent publisher Two Dollar Radio.<!-- Expand the lead paragraph above to summarize the article (but NOTthe plot, which belongs in the plot introduction section below). Brieflydescribe distinctive characteristics of the novel, major themes, awards,and notable adaptations. Do not make any statement that is not expandedlater in another section of the article. See Lead section(WP:LEAD) for guidelines.-->

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The novel follows the journey of an unnamed narrator as he meanders through life. The narrator makes very little sense to those around him, save a commune that seems to view him as a wise man. After the shooting of the commune's leader, the narrator is taken away by a girl named Meridith. The narrator gives his name as Nog, but makes several references to him which seem to imply his being another person. The role of Nog is not fully explained.<!--This should give some idea of the type of novel this articleis about, the setting, the period and its place in literature.Consider not giving information that would be thought of as spoilers unless that is necessary per and .-->

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