At swim-two-birds

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Longmans, Green and Co., 1939 - folklore - 307 pages
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Review: At Swim-Two-Birds

User Review  - Aidan Watson-Morris - Goodreads

loved the third policeman--this, sixty pages in, i could barely pay attention, & plodded my way to the end in a haze. will come back to later, i'm sure. plus one star because i'm giving it the benefit of the doubt. Read full review

Review: At Swim-Two-Birds

User Review  - Ian Paganus - Goodreads

"Piteous Though Such Fraud Be" The epigraph in Greek script at the beginning of the novel reads "for all things change, making way for each other". It comes from the following passage of Euripides ... Read full review

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