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Book review: <i>Gould’s Book of Fish</i> by Richard Flanagan

If this was a painting, it would be a gorgeous watercolour painting of a fish, seemingly untouched by time, found in a deceased elder relative’s attic, which, when investigated, turns out to be: A- created by a known convict using the bodily excretions of his rotting cell-mate’s corpse, and B- worth buckets of money.

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