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The Saint Urbain Horesman: a small voice and sharp lance
Deeply flawed but compelling characters. Redeemable in ways that are hardly obvious, obscure and sometimes better left covered under the tarp. To many Canadians, Mordecai Richler is a perplexing figure; plainly put, he is often resented, and caricatured in so … Continue reading
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