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Bartleby Meets Cujo: On Matías Celedón’s ‘The Subsidiary’

Celedón wrote this book with an antique stamp collection he found at an office supply sale. The result feels as much like an art exhibit, as it does a novel. The post Bartleby Meets Cujo: On Matías Celedón’s ‘The Subsidiary’ appeared first on The Millions.
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