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  • A remarkable and brilliant work of fiction...the imaginative power of the novel is astounding, the technical virtuosity and structural daring equally so

    The Times
  • This altogether admirable novel serves, as all literature should, the forces of subversion. It is a worthy companion to The French Lieutenant's Woman, which does the same thing, but bolder in its experimentation and hence more notable as an artistic achievement

  • Compelling and passionate fiction... Fowles's darting imagination skims across the landscape of two and a half centuries

    Times Literary Supplement
  • Brilliant and compelling...he deploys his usual seductive narrative gifts to great effect


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