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Unexpectedly haunting: ‘Kiss of the Spider Woman’ by Manuel Puig (1976)

‘Something a little strange, that’s what you notice, that she’s not a woman like all the others.’ I almost feel guilty writing a review of this book because much of my joy in reading it was battling my confusion as I … Continue reading

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