Tom McCarthy

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English novelist and conceptual artist

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Tom McCarthy's C (Knopf) is one of those post-modern novels designed to drill a hole in your head and help you inventory the contents of your mind...

Tom McCarthy: C

Tom McCarthy's C (Knopf) is one of those post-modern novels designed to drill a hole in your head and help you inventory the contents of your mind...

from Bookworm

Tom McCarthy: C

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