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Human Origami

Adam Mars-Jones: Four-Dimensional Hinton, 4 March 2021

by Mark Blacklock.
Granta, 290 pp., £8.99, April, 978 1 78378 521 6
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... schoolmaster and to exile himself with his family, travelling first to Japan and then to America. Mark Blacklock’s novel shrewdly and even slyly manages to reflect Hinton’s theories without staking the success of the book on them. The contents page offers mild reassurance, in the shape of a timeline and a family tree, but also mild ...

The Case of Agatha Christie

John Lanchester, 20 December 2018

... melt down one of his victims’ rings sufficiently thoroughly: it retained a distinctive soldering mark from an earlier repair. Upfield was called to give evidence at the trial.) Upfield clearly saw his decision to have his Sherlock Holmes figure be indigenous as a sign of his progressive views on race, but the meditations on race in the Bony books – the ...

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