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Somebody Had To Decide That The Book Was Unfit To Read (Bohumil Hrabal, ‘Too Loud a Solitude’)

One of my tutors at Kent said that Too Loud a Solitude was her favourite novel. It’s nice to hear that academics can have a favourite novel, one book that sticks out above all others as the one they most … Continue reading

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