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The Curfew by Jesse Ball

By July 28, 2011

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In Jesse Ball's The Curfew, William, an epitaphorist employed by the dystopic city of C. carries on with his daughter, Molly. They're good citizens, keeping their heads down until an old acquaintance who claims knowledge of what became his wife, moves William to action, after dark, during the curfew. Read review.

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