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Alessandro Baricco’s “Seta” and a mad kitty.
Colette and her française kitty.
Frank O’Hara and his poetical kitty.
Young Doris Lessing and her kitty, her Nobel prize winning kitty.
Raymond Chandler and his kitty in yet another mystery.
Louis-Ferdinand Céline and his kitty shocked by the madness of war.
H.P. Lovecraft and his kitty, both of them as eerie as eerie gets.
Émigrés Jospeh Brodsky and his Russian kitty.
Philip K. Dick and his kitty, they’re both a couple of freaks.
George Bernard Shaw being Irish with his kitty.