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Social Disease, 2007 - Fiction - 269 pages
Everyday takes the reader for a dawdle into the moribund heart of London. This extraordinary collection of stories - featuring pigeons, putrefying exotic dancers, lost loves, boredom, clich, lacklustre drives, banality, sexual violence, the male gaze, a murderous acquisition of a tortuously blank book, and the sad demise of the number 38 bus - reinvents reality, that is at once sordid, hilarious and tender.

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