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ROBERT STEPHEN PARRY


Historical Fiction

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The history novel ‘Virgin and the Crab’ first few pages

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               Here, miraculously it may seem to other men, he perceives or imagines he perceives the events of history, enacted by mortals as seen from the vault of heaven. Here, in his mind’s eye the story of humanity is unfolded - and we shall share these visions with him for a while.


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For a Q&A on the novel with writer and history researcher Natalie Gueninger, click here.

(External links opens in a new window) And NG’s review of the novel is here.

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