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Political Allegory Examines Loss of Civil Liberties

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Political Allegory Examines Loss of Civil Liberties

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Political Allegory Examines Loss of Civil Liberties

Political Allegory Examines Loss of Civil Liberties

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Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews a reissued book called Visa for Avalon by Bryher, the pen name of an Englishwoman named Annie Winifred Ellerman. Visa for Avalon is a political allegory first published in 1965.

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