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The Visible World

by Mark Slouka

The Visible World by Mark Slouka
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2007, 256 pages
    Paperback:
    Mar 2008, 256 pages

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dora goldemberg (02/03/09)

Ms Hoffmann
To go through the pages of this novel has opened up my renovated impulse to write.
I´d highly appreciate to learn what exactly did Ms Hoffmann mean by "in spite of its flaws"; I consider "The Visible World" a piece of art...so let me learn what´s wrong with the book...or with me? dora goldemberg
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