- Georgian Literature Abroud
An unsuccessful writer agrees to participate in an experiment which aims at enabling a mediocre writer to produce a piece of fiction of the highest quality.
The research is financed by The twins and brothers, a well-known charity which had funded several questionable undertakings, such as Cornelius Rhoads’ medical and the controversial ‘Fear as Motivation’ experiments carried out in Japan. The legend has it that the founders of The twins and Brothers were the Gould brothers, the sons of Ana Gould, the last woman burnt at the stake. Apparently, they had sworn on their mother’s ashes to revenge over the religious ignorance.
They believe that rather than separating people into racial, language or religious groups, the society should be divided into mental classes. Being the most progressive and advanced mentally, this dominant group will lead mankind. If the experiment proves worthwhile, the new model of the world order will be financed by The twins and Brothers.
What happens when the basic human rights are violated in the name of good? What happens to the system which gets out of control? The readers can find out about these issues in the novel MODEL 18/12. The reading is even more interesting because the novel is written in ‘how to write a novel’ style.