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The wolfboy of cyberspace

assange bio

Back in April 2014 we posted a piece about Andrew O’Hagan’s attempt to ghostwrite an autobiography of Julian Assange. Given the part Assange is playing in the American presidential campaign,  and the way public opinion of him has shifted, we thought it was time to remind you of this wonderful piece of journalism, published in the LRB in March 2014

http://www.lrb.co.uk/v36/n05/andrew-ohagan/ghosting

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