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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Walking the Talk in Quest for Justice
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'Elliot Perlman’s prose has a distinctive gait. The loping narrative of Maybe the Horse Will Talk, his captivating, compassionate fourth novel, is set in motion when protagonist Stephen Maserov wakes thinking: ‘‘I am absolutely terrified of losing a job I absolutely hate.” He is then catapulted along a path that could imperil or secure his career and relationships. This flick and skip of reiteration is something of a Perlman signature, conveying the idiosyncrasies of storytelling in its various forms, the palindromic pulse of agitated cognitive processes and the mental pacing of insomniac self-cross-examination.' (Introduction)

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