EDNOTE. Further info on the Lasdun book would be appreciated.
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From: Dasa Duhacek
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Cheers, R. Mastilovic
Alex Clark looks back at the year's novels and finds them in rude health
Saturday December 7, 2002 The Guardian
[...] I also greatly enjoyed a trio of very different mysteries. Poet James Lasdun's first novel, The Horned Man (Cape), had its roots in Nabokov's Pale Fire, but expanded the theme of the unreliable narrator to a near-lunatic degree, weaving a tortured but highly satisfying story of academia, psychotherapy and violence.