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19 August 1993
The Fate of Hong Kong 
by Gerald Segal.
Simon and Schuster, 256 pp., £16.99, September 1993, 0 671 71169 5
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The End of Hong Kong: The Secret Diplomacy of Imperial Retreat 
by Robert Cottrell.
Murray, 244 pp., £19.99, April 1993, 0 7195 4992 2
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... intervals over the next four years with books and television programmes foretelling the future of Hong Kong, and taking us through that future as it becomes the present and telling us what it means. GeraldSegal’s The Fate of Hong Kong is a typical product of this process. It is based on English-language periodical sources like the Far Eastern Economic Review and on a number of recent English books ...

Feral Chihuahuas

Jessica Olin: A.M. Homes goes west

22 June 2006
This Book Will Save Your Life 
by A.M. Homes.
Granta, 372 pp., £14.99, June 2006, 1 86207 848 3
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... also describe This Book Will Save Your Life. Ben gets an internship at the Agency, a company set up by ‘two ex-CIA guys who wanted to make action-adventure films’. In a hall-of-mirrors scene Gerald Ford and Harrison Ford meet at the Agency to discuss a ‘picture about the Ford presidency’. As Richard says, ‘it’s a lot of Fords.’ Homes’s characters are looking for a way out of the ...

My Darlings

Colm Tóibín: Drinking with Samuel Beckett

5 April 2007
... eye for an eye, a painting for a tooth. A little wider. Must go into the Kerlin Gallery later. And then the turn into Westland Row, hope to bump into no one between here and the bank, especially not Gerald Dawe or Vincent Browne, who both have offices there. Nothing against them really, but it’s mid-December, no time for meeting anyone. Pass by Sweney’s Chemist. Lemon soap. Viagra nowadays, Bloom ...

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