The solid mandala: a novel
A portrait of twin brothers who compete with each other for 50 years. Their lives are inevitably linked and eventually fuse together. Waldo the competent man of reason is contrasted with Arthur the half-wit but each is depicted with the author's compassion and flair for detail. Patrick White has nine novels to his credit, as well as short stories and his autobiography 'Flaws in the Glass'. In 1973 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
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