The Godfather: Peter Corris on The Seven Pillars of Wisdom – Newtown Review of Books

Humphrey McQueen once claimed to have been the only person to have read Xavier Herbert’s massive novel Poor Fellow My Country (1975) from start to finish and I’ve never heard him contradicted. Some books are like that. In Woody Allen’s brilliant comedy Zelig (1983), the only regret psychotic chameleon Leonard Zelig has at the end …

Source: The Godfather: Peter Corris on The Seven Pillars of Wisdom – Newtown Review of Books

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