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Saturday, March 05, 2005

Review of The London Silence

From: Attacking the Demi-Puppets



"We see [...] not a development into maturity, but a regression from confusion into the comforts of ignorance. This gives the collection a growing impact of depression, as if the world is so overwhelming the character wants to go backward. It's harshly realistic about the fate of young people who don't come from a glowing Cozzens or Fitzgerald background."

Ossian

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