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The Wicked Go To Hell review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Frédéric Dard's The Wicked Go To Hell -- another in the Dard-series Pushkin Press is bringing out. It's great to see these, but this one is kind of overshadowed by the film it is based on (yes, it's sort of a 'novelisation').
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