Yesterday I posed a question: why did Koira Jupczek make me think of Jens Klofferson (other than the fact that, as I have just this moment noticed, their names both involve the letters ‘J’ and ‘K’)?
The answer lies in one of Klofferson’s famously tiny tales, which goes a little something like this:
‘You’ve heard of people thinking themselves out of holes?’
Max wasn’t sure he had – so he nodded.
‘Well,’ she said: ‘Daddy thinks himself into holes’.
(Holes by Jens Klofferson, translated by Piers Röelberg)
An unconscious plot summary of Jupczek’s new(ish) novel, Sad Professor?
So it would seem…