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This year’s is a hollow disgrace.
No one ever changed the world by boycotting, or even burning down, a fancy-dress shop or Tex-Mex restaurant, and no one will.
Whilst cheering for little iguanas, very few people gave a second thought to the plight of the snakes left hungry on the beach.
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A Goldsmiths Prize judge on the third Irish winner of the award for innovative fiction, run in association with the New Statesman.
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