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March 10th, 2009, 19:17
Reading Dr Neruda's Cure for Evil at the moment, enjoying it a lot so far. There's an interesting style to it, the protagonist and narrator is a psychiatrist himself so there's several layers of his feelings, his attempts to analyse those feelings, his debate as to whether he's confusing them by his attempts to analyse etc

A good main narrative but it's the intricate inner world and possible perspectives that's particularly interesting.
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