Carnival by Rawi Hage
Winner of The Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction in 2012
In the Carnival city there are two types of taxi drivers — the spiders and the flies. The spiders patiently sit in their cars and wait for the calls to come. But the flies are wanderers – they roam the streets, looking for the raised hands of passengers among life’s perpetual flux.
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