Book Review Chronicle – Vanishing Point: How to Disappear in America without a Trace
De Montgolfier reviews a book published in 2006 by Revolver and edited by Suzanne Burner after a text she found on the Internet (sic). The romantic aspects of disappearance are addressed, as well as a popular fantasy to abandon everything and one’s past, family or loved ones, to disappear and start over. We are also reminded of how many more traces of identity we leave behind today in our daily interactions, and how much more difficult it would be to disappear now, only 10 years after the book’s publication.
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