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Short Prose by John O’Loughlin
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This collection of short prose, dating from the autumn of 1981, includes what is arguably the most literary – and therefore story-like – piece John O’Loughlin has ever written, namely 'A Canine Crime', which deals with the problems of dog ownership in an age and society which has turned against such a thing, making it illegal. Also featured here is 'Nolan's Investigations', which opens the collection on a playfully erotic note, and the partly autobiographical title-piece 'Dream Compromise', which has a trick in its tail, so to speak.... As, incidentally, does the project as a whole, in that it ends with a series of aphorisms, in keeping with the broadly philosophical bias of the author’s mature literary works, in which literature is used primarily as a vehicle for philosophizing, and not simply to tell a story. – A Centretruths editorial.
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