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saladdodger | 14:24 Sat 20th Apr 2013 | Crosswords
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22d Whose, in fact, was "Chesterton's nightmare"? (5) ??M?? 1st letter possibly s
28a A native American writer (7) ??R???N
23d Provenance of Murdoch's girl (5) ??A?/ 1st letter possibly I

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23d is Italy from the italian girl by iris murdoch
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Got them now I think! Symes and Saroyan?
I don't know. The Man who was Thursday was Gabriel SYME ( no S ), and Saroyan was Armenian, but maybe I'm not understanding the subtleties of the clues.
22d "whose" in the clue so Syme's for the answer I suppose
Saroyan- Armenian American dramatist
Hi Roslyn. I'm sure you're right, but I don't think much of the clues!
Thanks saladdodger I was stuck on those 2 I pondered over simon and narayan but you nailed them.

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