This article is part of a series of entries on books of the Tarvunty. Please consider expanding it by adding your own interpretation of P*r'doxes
The Book of P*r'doxes is a collection of fables commonly told by Tarvu to the various enemies he encounters throughout the Tarvunty in efforts to confuse them and, in a number of instances, secure gold from them (notably that time when Tarvu counted to a thousand in front of a crowd). The book is incomplete which is itself a paradox, something that Tarvu may have conceived as a way to test the faith of Tarvunians.
Even though the Book of P*r'doxes is incomplete (?) scholars have comprised a list of paradoxes which come up throughout scripture.
It's suspected that originally there were over 5,000 paradoxes included in the Book of P*r'doxes. However after the Burning of Atlantis, the vast undersea library of Atlantis, that the citizens had built as a monument to knowledge, was turned to ash. The Book of P*r'doxes was recovered from the underwater ashfields of former Atlantis (also known as the Sea of Qatar) with only a fraction of the original writings intact. It now resides in the Musée du Louvre just on the right after you enter through the main doors.