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Nagasaki by Eric Faye (Gallic)

“Imagine a man in his fifties disappointed to have reached middle age so quickly…” SCANT as a haiku, we open with all the usual everyday details of life scrubbed out by the obsession. S reads a magazine to which he … Continue reading

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Sushi and beyond by Michael Booth (Vintage)

“Ha! You so fat you not so see your dankon for years! You pants too small. You are so fat, sun go down when you bend over!” A true story, a travelogue where Michael Booth takes his wife and two … Continue reading

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