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Harvill, 2001 - Australia - 85 pages
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In Bail's terse, honest language, Camouflage describes the lives of three paralysed observers, all at different ages - youth, maturity, age - and all forever looking on as life slips away.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Kitchen-sink realism and fantastic hyperbole are skillfully blended in this entertaining collection of 14 stories by the Australian author of the highly praised Eucalyptus (1998), etc.Most of the ... Read full review

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Readers who enjoy fanciful, postmodern work in the tradition of Donald Barthelme and Italo Calvino will enjoy this delightful collection of gleefully absurdist short stories by acclaimed Australian ... Read full review

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