Rcently, they ran a book review of Salman Rushdie's "sumptuous mixture of history and fable" called The Enchantress of Florence. Whom do you get to review a slipstream work by the likes of Salman Rusdie? If you're The Guardian, you get Ursula K Le Guin! If you're interested, she liked the work but faulted the way his female characters draw life only from the men in their lives.
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