She starts by celebrating her 21 birthday alone and then tells us of how she moved from the loneliness of that celebration to being celebrated through her book fetish.
Eventually one disturbing episode discovered by her parents later she finds herself in therapy.
A copy of the manuscript found its way out of the country, and the book has appeared in English, French and Czech translations, but never in Russian.
The English translation was published in the United States, and I have never been able to procure a copy: but copies of the French translation (the title is Nous Autres) do exist, and I have at last succeeded in borrowing one.
The concept and character created by Kelly Jones has some comic substance to it.
However there are a couple of issues with the performance.
Several years after hearing of its existence, I have at last got my hands on a copy of Zamyatin's We, which is one of the literary curiosities of this book-burning age.Dating George Orwell has the bare bones of a good show but the wrong aspects are highlighted in this production and rather than making the audience laugh it made them cringe. Her interest has been awakened in the libraries and bookstores until her passion can be contained no more and she satisfies her fantasies with a physical relationship with books.Winston's dissenting ideas center around O' Brien, a member of the ruling party.Winston suspects that he's a member of the Brotherhood (an opposition group). She sends him a note telling him that she loves him; they start on a passionate affair.