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Waterland

£2.99

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Tom Crick is a history teacher, but the history that absorbs him is his own and his family's. The past, with its secrets and oddities, hangs heavy on him, pushing him towards a heartbreaking new crisis in his life. Swift's powerful psychological drama takes in life and death, betrayal and compassion; his setting, the brooding landscape of the marshy Fens, is utterly compelling. 'The tale Swift tells is at once a history of England, a Fenland documentary, and a fictional autobiography . . . Waterland appropriates the Fens as Moby Dick did whaling or Wuthering Heights the moors. This is a beautiful, serious and intelligent novel, admirably ambitious and original' Observer

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Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0330336320
ISBN-13:
9780330336321
Publisher:
Picador

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Tom Crick is a history teacher, but the history that absorbs him is his own and his family's. The past, with its secrets and oddities, hangs heavy on him, pushing him towards a heartbreaking new crisis in his life. Swift's powerful psychological drama takes in life and death, betrayal and compassion; his setting, the brooding landscape of the marshy Fens, is utterly compelling. 'The tale Swift tells is at once a history of England, a Fenland documentary, and a fictional autobiography . . . Waterland appropriates the Fens as Moby Dick did whaling or Wuthering Heights the moors. This is a beautiful, serious and intelligent novel, admirably ambitious and original' Observer

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0330336320
ISBN-13:
9780330336321
Publisher:
Picador

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