The Labyrinth of Solitude: Life and Thought in Mexico

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Grove Press, 1961 - Mexico - 212 pages
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For those who suspect that the British mob scene is all a matter of splendid talk ( la Bill James and Jake Arnott), additional evidence is supplied by Connolly's dark, quirky first novel, which offers ... Read full review

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