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Review: Apple and Knife by Intan Paramaditha

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Apple and Knife

Written by Brooke Boland, originally published in ArtsHub

May 28, 2018

The first story in the collection Apple and Knife, by Indonesian-born writer Intan Paramaditha, begins with a woman recounting the story of how she became blind, a retelling of the familiar Cinderella, only this time told from the point of view of her step-sister. 'History has killed me off in favour of her, who people say lived happily ever after. You want to know the real truth? Sin is dead. I’m the one who survives.'

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