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Ian Martin (1950 - )

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Pop-splat is the third novel by South African novelist Ian Martin. It is about a 21st century Hamlet who ends up murdering his mother and uncle.


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Ian Martin is a South African writer. Pop-splat is his third novel and is about a 21st century Hamlet who ends up murdering his mother and uncle. This social satire has been described as “shocking”, “offensive”, and “subversive”, but is popular among younger audiences, especially students. Interested readers can visit the Pop-splat website at www.pop-splat.co.za, where they can view the first chapter and browse excerpts.

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