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Last Stop Salina Cruz: A Novel

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Introducing a promising, young and exciting British voice

Fleeing from the tedium of his everyday life and the painful memory of a dying father, the narrator of Last Stop: Salina Cruz embarks on a long solitary journey retracing the footsteps of real-life malcontent and misanthrope par-excellence Arthur Cravan, the nephew of Oscar Wilde. As a lambasting critic, poet-boxer a
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Hardcover, 300 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Alma Books
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