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Andrei Ruse in B O D Y

“If Americans have their dozens, their hundreds of cartoon superheroes or Hollywood starlets with their perfect smiles, if Christians have their God and Muslims have their Allah, if gays have George Michael and girls who just got their first pubes have Lady Gaga, he now has Little Mary. That’s what he’s called her, no matter […]

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Sándor Jászberényi in B O D Y

“The Blake Precept” by Sándor Jászberényi and translated by Matt Henderson Ellis is the first story in  Sunday European Fiction in B O D Y. The series will present short stories and novel excerpts in translation from all over Europe, especially of the great writers you probably haven’t heard enough about variety. There will be […]

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