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In Johnson's 'Marrakech,' intrigue and bad karma

JOHNSON JOHNSON (ISABELLE BOCCON-GIBOD)
By Elizabeth Hand
December 28, 2008

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LULU IN MARRAKECH By Diane Johnson Dutton, 307 pp., $25.95 "We had been taught that sometimes you must forget your personal history and come to live another," states the eponymous narrator of "Lulu in Marrakech," Diane Johnson's clever and bracingly astringent new novel. (Full article: 873 words)

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