…there's Angels & Insects: Two Novellas by A.S. Byatt.
Ol' Isak would've loved A.S. Byatt. Byatt's tales are full of spit and spirit–and she seems to have a particular interest in looping narratives. For instance, in "Morpho Eugenia," the first of the two novellas here, the reader is continually pulled from the 'present' of the story for long periods of time. Stories and speeches and articles written by other characters interject in the text, bringing with them their distinct voices. And so, it's jarring to return again to the present narrative (only to be pulled again from it shortly thereafter).
But that's okay, because that's what Byatt wants. "Morpho Eugenia" is interested in how the narratives of our own lives are made and broken. She's interested in our mythologies, both emotional and spiritual, and matches them against the scientific stories we build: one way or another, Byatt emphasizes, we are looking for truth. Who has it? Does anyone? I'm not telling. Check it out yourself.