‘Dinner with Dürrenmatt’, the final story in this collection, ends with the narrator quoting from Dürrenmatt’s The Promise: ‘I wished I was at the Kronenhalle, sitting at a table laid for dinner. Because that’s where stories were told: stories which, as Dürrenmatt writes at the end of The Promise: “You can do with what you […]
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