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Saturday 17 September 2005

Experience III

Another superb Experience essay from Lars: Absalom's Hair: Gabriel Josipovici's In a Hotel Garden.

This is the third of Lars' Experience articles. His first was Leaning Against the Wind: Bernhard's Gathering Evidence and his second was The Ninth Country: Peter Handke's Repetition.

Posted by Mark Thwaite

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