Paul by Daisy Lafarge review – a beautifully observed debut

Contrary to its title’s implication, there are three significant figures shaping the course of Daisy Lafarge’s debut novel. Besides Paul himself, a charismatic, self-taught anthropologist who runs a chaotic farm-stroke-commune in the Pyrenean valleys, there is Frances, the first-person narrator, a recent medieval history graduate from the UK. And A.B.

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