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The thought gang

A Cambridge philosophy professor teams up with an ex-con in France to carry out a series of robberies, each man applying his particular knowledge. Action, humor and reflections on the role of banks and the meaning of money. By the author of Under the Frog.

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  • "A Cambridge philosophy professor teams up with an ex-con in France to carry out a series of robberies, each man applying his particular knowledge. Action, humor and reflections on the role of banks and the meaning of money. By the author of Under the Frog."@en
  • "A Cambridge philosophy professor teams up with an ex-con in France to carry out a series of robberies, each man applying his particular knowledge. Action, humor and reflections on the role of banks and the meaning of money. By the author of Under the Frog."
  • "Eddie Coffin, a washed-up, middle-aged British philosopher, and Hubert, an incompetent, freshly-released one-armed armed robber, question the meaning of life, the value of money, and the role of banks as they wind their way from Montpelier to Toulon in search of the greatest heist in history."@en

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  • "humor"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Satire"
  • "Humorous fiction"
  • "Humorous fiction"@en

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  • "The Thought gang"
  • "The thought gang"
  • "The thought gang"@en
  • "The Thought Gang"