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Old 03-17-2012, 05:41 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by paola View Post
I really loved this book, and it got me laughing from the first page - that very subtle British humour that I find very appealing: though of course, it gets more and more depressing as you go on, but I really enjoyed the way it was written.
Yes, now that you have pointed it out, I do find that the humour―which as you say―has a tragic edge, is a very significant element in creating the darkness that is in this novel.

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