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Heroes and Villains. By Mike Alsford. | Literature and Theology | Oxford Academic
Brian Murdoch; Heroes and Villains. T his essay raises a number of interesting points and draws perfectly legitimately upon equally interesting and unusual contemporary material, but it is hard to say what its precise overall aim is.
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