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Gail Jones’ ‘A Guide to Berlin’

Gail Jones’ sixth novel, A Guide to Berlin, is named after a short story by Vladimir Nabokov and offers more than a nod to his work. During a harsh winter in modern Berlin, six international travellers are united by a fascination with the city … read Elke Power’s full review...

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