King: A Street Story

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King: A Street Story (1999, ISBN 0-375-40556-9) is a novel by English writer John Berger.

The book focuses on homelessness and shantytown life, and is seemingly told from the perspective of a street dog. Berger initially insisted that his name be kept off the cover and title page of King, wanting the novel to be received on its own merits.[citation needed]