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Myself and Marco Polo

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This work mixes reality with phantasmagoria as it encompasses adventure, Zen riddles, restaurant reviews and ancient legends. In a 14th century Italian prison cell two men are collaborating on a life history. One is Marco Polo, the other Rustichello, his ghost writer.
Hardcover, 181 pages
Published 1989 by Chatto & Windus
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Paul Griffiths was born in the Welsh town of Bridgend to Fred and Jeanne Griffiths.[1] He received his BA and MSc in biochemistry from Lincoln College, Oxford, and from 1971 worked as a freelance music critic. He joined the editorial staff of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians in 1973 and in 1982 became the chief music critic for The Times, a post which he held for ten years. From 199 ...more
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