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Johnston has said that he finds it hard to read books in which there's
absolutely no humour. How does humour contribute to the character of Devlin?
The Navigator of New York is filled with descriptions of
places; which scene or setting struck you the most powerfully, and why?
What role do letters and lies play in The Navigator of New York?
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