A Dose of Emptiness: An Annotated Translation of the sTong by Jose Ingacio Cabezon

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Airplane Kev is called Airplane Kev because he’s always going on about airplanes. He gets so excited he makes a spluttering sound like an old airplane. And he only ever gets really excited when he’s talking about airplanes. So, unlike with Bod, you don’t have to be a genius to work out why he’s called Airplane Kev. If you ever meet him, don’t mention jets of any description unless it’s to say they’re rubbish. Airplane Kev really hates jets, any kind of jet. He once had a fight with someone because they said jets were better than biplanes.

The upstairs windows you can just see through the razor wire have tin foil and black garbage bin liners taped all over them. I suppose that’s in case you have binoculars or a telescope or something else for seeing things up close that are far away. I think that’s a bit mad. Because you wouldn’t even know 17 when to get up or go to bed or anything like that. When I mentioned it to my dad he said they would know because at night there wouldn’t be any kids around to make the beast throw itself at the fence and make it shudder and make the razor wire sing.

Even Airplane Kev wouldn’t be that mad. It’s called the beast because no one knows what its real name is or even what it looks like. And even if you wanted to climb up the fence, say on someone’s shoulders, so you could look over and see what it’s like, you can’t. You can just forget it because of the big scrolls of rusty razor wire wound along the top. Razor wire catches you and slices you up. So you’d have to be left there because if anyone else tried to help you, they’d get caught too. The rust would give you blood poisoning and you’d die anyway.

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