Monday, November 29, 2004

More reviews of Christopher Booker's The Seven Basic Plots: The Guardian has a brief run down of a snarky few, including the Adam Mars-Jones review I linked to last weekend (and then touches on the new Garbriel Garcia Marquez and Nicholas Shakespeare's bio of Bruce Chatwin in the same article), and Julian Evans devotes about two paragraphs to Booker in Prospect Magazine, and then riffs on storytelling in general and the state of the modern novel.

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