Thought Crimes  by Tim Richards

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September 2011, no. 334

Thought Crimes  by Tim Richards

Reviewed by
September 2011, no. 334

A book’s epigraph doesn’t often feel like a direct personal statement to the reader, but the one in Thought Crimes, drawn from Ionesco, is just that: ‘You got stuck in the mud of life. You felt warm and cosy. (Sharply) Now you’re going to freeze.’ Imagine the world as a jigsaw from which the author has removed some pieces, substituting them with his own pieces – but which ones are they?

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