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I recently read the first twenty-five pages of John Le Carre’s The Night Manager, having some thought of re-reading the whole thing. What struck me was the question of whether Le Carre became stylistically more adventurous in his later work, … Continue reading

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Genre gumbo

Permit me at the outset to credit my source of the genre definitions I’ll be using: Writers Digest University. I’m going to start well down their alphabetical list: Popular Fiction—“Generally, a synonym for category or genre fiction, i.e., fiction intended … Continue reading

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