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Review: The Great Fire of LondonUser Review - Goodreads
The howling absences of the pre-dawn, traced in (skirted by?) gentle modest (yet sharp) self-reflections on memory, images, and the ideal croissant. In the first section of this potential novel (in ...
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Review: The Great Fire of London: A Story with Interpolations and BifurcationsUser Review - Jonfaith - Goodreads
I will forever cherish Roubaud's idea of drab insularity as to English literature, but other than his asides on Boston, the British Museum and what constitutes a proper croissant, I'm not sure what ... Read full review
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