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A (Puppet) Theatre of the Absurd: Jesse Ball's 'The Curfew'

An exercise in the perplexing, this mixes humour and pathos in equal measure, and resembles the absurdities found in the fiction of Kafka and the plays of Samuel Beckett – giving the novel a bit of darkly comic richness.

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