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ISBN: 978-1-907682-08-7 | Pages: 104 | Published: 2011

Mullarkey’s style of story-telling is remarkable for its preoccupation with additional things. Most of his characters suffer from the condition of being inundated by the world around them, and by life. Every detail begets another, and another, and another (review by Sarah Baume, The Short Review).

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