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By K. Duff

writers resembling Will Self, Hani Kureishi, JG Ballard, and Iain Sinclair, Kim Duff's new publication examines modern British literature and its depiction of town after the time of Thatcher and mass privatization. This vigorous examine is a vital and fascinating paintings for college kids and students alike.

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