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Tooth Worm (Neguijón) by Fernando Iwasaki

It is my firm conviction that Patrick Süskind’s Perfume gave rise to a new sub-genre of the historical novel. I am not sure it is within my remit to give it an accurate definition or characterise it with the appropriate scholarly … Continue reading

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