Patrick deWitt

novelist and screenwriter

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Canadian novelist and screenwriter

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Patrick deWitt's latest book follows his penchant for building humiliation into his novels.

Patrick deWitt: Undermajordomo Minor

Patrick deWitt's latest book follows his penchant for building humiliation into his novels.

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