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Not so much a critique of the authors as a comment on my own tastes, no doubt, but I could find no redeeming features in Ismael Kadaré's 'The Great Wall' (a sub-Kafka story), Gilad Evron's 'The Falcon' (cruel and visceral for no other reason than that) and Frederic Tuten's 'The Ship At Anchor' (Russell Hoban might at least have made the magic seem realistic). Simon Gray appears to have been living in the 19th Century when he wrote 'Wish You Were Here'. The best thing about this issue was Geoff D...