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Hlasko: a 'man built of lies' who told a savage truth

By James Sallis
August 8, 2004

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Forty years ago while living in London I was exposed daily, as editor and reviewer, to a stream of literature in translation: Boris Vian novels; story collections such as Enrique Anderson Imbert's "The Other Side of the Mirror"; the short-shorts and plays of Slawomir Mrozek; a series of excellent anthologies then being put out by Penguin, "French Writing Today" and ... (Full Article: 1088 Words)

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