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Richard Beasley’s ‘Me and Rory Macbeath’

In his third novel, Richard Beasley tells a ‘rites of passage’ story from the perspective of the child while the adult lurks in the background. The best parts of Me and Rory Macbeath get this really right: the scenes of childhood morphing into early adolescence, the delicate indicators of class,...

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