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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

New Zadie

Hanwell Snr was Hanwell’s father. Like Hanwell, he existed in a small way. Not in his person—he was a “big personality,” in that odious phrase—but in his history, which is partial, almost phantasmagoric. Thus starts a new short story by Zadie Smith in The New Yorker. Read on.


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