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This book appears to be the autobiographical account of a young man adrift at sea. It is in part a tale of survival but it is intertwined with his musings on life and literature. Through I am uncertain of the exact timeframe of the account my estimates suggest the man was adrift in the middle of the last decade. I believe this because of the references made, the pages are not weathered to badly, and the salt and water damage is not severe. It is only a guess because I have not found any news outlets who speak of such a city or of the recovery of the young man.
I am in possession of the original scroll which i will make available to any credible institution who might have a reasonable chance of ascertaining the authenticity and origin of the writings. This book includes my notes in regards to the text and a brief introduction about my encounter with the text.
I would welcome any information regarding the origin of this story or details in the pages that I have missed.