ISDA: Dawn of the Dead

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Escapism from our torrid times.

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“He — I mean it — then disappeared again, but is rumoured to have been long cultivating an undead army of phantom ISDAs who lie upon the dead earth as spores, and the prophecies of the Good Man make plain will, in a sign of the forthcoming day of summary judgment, once again rise up and lay unholy waste to the Godless capital markets of the world.”

Tract from Otto Büchstein’s dreary gothic novel that is said to be the inspiration for Muriel Repartee’s 1970s Fi-Fi smut-shocker ISDA: Dawn of the Dead.

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