Waterland

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Waterland

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Perfectly controlled, superbly written. Waterland is original, compelling and narration of the highest order Guardian In the years since its first publication, in 1983, Waterland has established itself as one of the classics of twentieth-century British literature: a visionary tale of Englands Fen country a sinuous meditation on the workings of history and a family story startling in its detail and universal in its reach. This edition includes an introduction, by the author, written to celebrate the books 25th anniversary. Graham Swift has mapped his Waterland like a new Wessex. He 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 A 300-page tour de force . . . A burst of exuberant fictive energy Evening Standard Waterland is a formidably intelligent book, animated by an impressive, angry pity at what human creatures are capable of doing to one another in the name of love and need. The most powerful novel I have read for some time New York Review of Books


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Perfectly controlled, superbly written. Waterland is original, compelling and narration of the highest order Guardian In the years since its first publication, in 1983, Waterland has established itself as one of the classics of twentieth-century British literature: a visionary tale of Englands Fen country a sinuous meditation on the workings of history and a family story startling in its detail and universal in its reach. This edition includes an introduction, by the author, written to celebrate the books 25th anniversary. Graham Swift has mapped his Waterland like a new Wessex. He 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 A 300-page tour de force . . . A burst of exuberant fictive energy Evening Standard Waterland is a formidably intelligent book, animated by an impressive, angry pity at what human creatures are capable of doing to one another in the name of love and need. The most powerful novel I have read for some time New York Review of Books
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Title Waterland Height 197 mm
Graham Swift Width 132 mm
ISBN-13 9780330518215 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0330518216 Spine Width 23.88 mm
Publisher Pan MacMillan Pages 368
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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