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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: CARCANET PR LTD, 146 Seiten, L=206mm, B=127mm, H=15mm, Gew.=249gr, [GR: 21500 - TB/Belletristik/Lyrik/Dramatik/Essays], [SW: - Poetry], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: This work includes two sequences, both set in London. The title poem in the collection focuses on a south London terraced house in Tooting Bec inhabited by two male lovers (one a C.O., the other to become a soldier) coping with the world in 1939 and the threat of war. In 1984 the same house is occupied by a man and a woman with an adopted child and another adoption fixed. The fate of the wartime lovers is implicit in the second part; the future of the 1980's couple is made explicit in the third, from the perspective of a female friend after the VE commemoration of 1995. "Mary Chay," the second sequence, focuses on a murder in Victoria, seen from many viewpoints (including those of the police, forensic laboratory staff, suspects, neighbors, witnesses, passers-by, a shop assistant, and a cross-dressing man who encounters the victim on her last day). This work includes two sequences, both set in London. The title poem in the collection focuses on a south London terraced house in Tooting Bec inhabited by two male lovers (one a C.O., the other to become a soldier) coping with the world in 1939 and the threat of war. In 1984 the same house is occupied by a man and a woman with an adopted child and another adoption fixed. The fate of the wartime lovers is implicit in the second part; the future of the 1980's couple is made explicit in the third, from the perspective of a female friend after the VE commemoration of 1995. "Mary Chay," the second sequence, focuses on a murder in Victoria, seen from many viewpoints (including those of the police, forensic laboratory staff, suspects, neighbors, witnesses, passers-by, a shop assistant, and a cross-dressing man who encounters the victim on her last day).

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Val Warner, John P. Raw (Photographer), Designed by Stephen Raw,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by Carcanet Press, Limited Books Books ~~ Poetry~~ European ~~ English Irish Scottish Welsh Tooting-Idyll~~Val-Warner Carcanet Press, Limited This work includes two sequences, both set in London. The title poem in the collection focuses on a south London terraced house in Tooting Bec inhabited by two male lovers (one a C.O., the other to become a soldier) coping with the world in 1939 and the threat of war. In 1984 the same house is occupied by a man and a woman with an adopted child and another adoption fixed. The fate of the wartime lovers is implicit in the second part; the future of the 1980's couple is made explicit in the third, from the perspective of a female friend after the VE commemoration of 1995. "Mary Chay," the second sequence, focuses on a murder in Victoria, seen from many viewpoints (including those of the police, forensic laboratory staff, suspects, neighbors, witnesses, passers-by, a shop assistant, and a cross-dressing man who encounters the victim on her last day).

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This work includes two sequences, both set in London. The title poem in the collection focuses on a south London terraced house in Tooting Bec inhabited by two male lovers (one a C.O., the other to become a soldier) coping with the world in 1939 and the threat of war. In 1984 the same house is occupied by a man and a woman with an adopted child and another adoption fixed. The fate of the wartime lovers is implicit in the second part; the future of the 1980''s couple is made explicit in the third, from the perspective of a female friend after the VE commemoration of 1995. Mary Chay, the second sequence, focuses on a murder in Victoria, seen from many viewpoints (including those of the police, forensic laboratory staff, suspects, neighbors, witnesses, passers-by, a shop assistant, and a cross-dressing man who encounters the victim on her last day). Val Warner, Books, Fiction and Literature, Tooting Idyll Books>Fiction and Literature, Carcanet Press Ltd.

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This work includes two sequences, both set in London. The title poem in the collection focuses on a south London terraced house in Tooting Bec inhabited by two male lovers (one a C.O., the other to become a soldier) coping with the world in 1939 and the threat of war. In 1984 the same house is occupied by a man and a woman with an adopted child and another adoption fixed. The fate of the wartime lovers is implicit in the second part; the future of the 1980's couple is made explicit in the third, from the perspective of a female friend after the VE commemoration of 1995. "Mary Chay," the second sequence, focuses on a murder in Victoria, seen from many viewpoints (including those of the police, forensic laboratory staff, suspects, neighbors, witnesses, passers-by, a shop assistant, and a cross-dressing man who encounters the victim on her last day).

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781857543339
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1857543335
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: CARCANET PR LTD
146 Pages
Weight: 0,249 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1857543335

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