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Archive for May, 2009

May 2009 in Black Lamb

Volume 7, Number 5 — May 2009

May 1st, 2009

In our cover article, Madeleines, Toby Tompkins’s memory is activated not by a Proustian biscuit but by a sound heard in a hallway. In our page two feature, History lessons, Ian Archer reflects on his pride in being his own cousin. Elizabeth Fournier describes how she came to be involved with corpses in Rendezvous with death.

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