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In Faber's satire, ancient scrolls reveal another Gospel

Michel Faber has constructed a collection of beads hastily strung together, some paste and some precious. Michel Faber has constructed a collection of beads hastily strung together, some paste and some precious. (Eva Faber)
By Richard Eder
April 12, 2009

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Michel Faber has devised some lovely notions for "The Fire Gospel," a kind of myth or allegory that starts with the discovery of nine biblical scrolls and goes on to satirize all manner of American ways. (Full article: 819 words)

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