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'Brian Castro has been a great innovator in Australian fiction for decades. After winning the 1982 The Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award for his first novel, Birds of Passage, his originality took him down a path of semi-obscurity and penury studded with complex but brilliant novels such as his reimagining of Sigmund Freud’s wolf man in Double Wolf, or his intriguing take on the spy novel in Stepper.' (Introduction)

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