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The Cathedral of Mist review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Paul Willems' The Cathedral of Mist -- the second Belgian work translated by Edward Gauvin reviewed in a row (in an odd coïncidence). This volume -- and it is a lovely little (truly pocket-sized, as all books should be) volume -- is from Wakefield Press.
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