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Sergeant Farthing

D.A.N. Jones, 17 October 1985

A Maggot 
by John Fowles.
Cape, 460 pp., £9.95, September 1985, 0 224 02806 5
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The Romances of John Fowles 
by Simon Loveday.
Macmillan, 164 pp., £25, August 1985, 0 333 31518 9
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... to God. But Fowles is unusually keen to declare himself an atheist, not even an agnostic. Simon Loveday detects ‘a God-shaped blank in Fowles of sizable dimensions’. (There is a God-shaped blank, incidentally, in Loveday’s index.) Yet ‘the finest thing Fowles has ever written’, to ...

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