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Globe-trotting polyglot

Sep 12, 2014 6:00 AM

PAUL Theroux made his name as a travel writer, sealing his reputation with The Great Railway Bazaar in 1975, followed by The Pillars of Hercules in 1995, and The Last Train to Zona Verde in 2013. He sees his fascination with the genre as "A counterpart to the creative process," says the 73-year-

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