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The Princess of Herself

Robert L. Allen

Publisher: Pelekinesis

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The characters in this fierce and darkly humorous collection see themselves and others through distorted lenses. Out of kilter with reality, their response, as they go about their everyday lives and try to recapture their youth, is disquieting, unforgettable.

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