A house and its head

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Gollancz, Jan 1, 1972 - Fiction - 276 pages
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User Review  - Rita Marie - Goodreads

This book provided a unique reading experience, turned my head right around. It's about 98% straight dialog, much like reading a play but without any stage directions. Often you don't know where the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Monica Nolan - Goodreads

I discovered this book in a hodge-podgey library room at college (which also had Fred Astaire's autobiography and a bunch of James Bond novels). I loved this. The story and setting are very Victorian, but the tone is totally at odds--modern, mordant, dry. Like Hemingway rewrote Bleak House. Read full review

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