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By Jones, Dylan
The sound of 'Wichita Lineman' was the sound of ecstatic solitude, but then its hero was the quintessential loner. What a great metaphor he was: a man who needed a woman more than he actually wanted her. Written in 1968 by Jimmy Webb, 'Wichita Lineman' is the first philosophical ...
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By Chekhov, Anton
Russia, late summer at the close of the nineteenth century. Vanya and his niece Sonya have worked for years to manage the country estate. Into this ordered and regular household come two new visitors, Sonya's father, an irritable professor, and his young wife Elena who, in the sp ...
By Chandra, Vikram
Through stories within stories Chandra tells a spiralling tale of loss, and of two wounded people becoming something new. Borrowing a structure from the Mahabharata, Vikram Chandra tells a spiralling story of loss, and of two wounded people becoming something new.
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By Tomine, Adrian
Between his second and third tours of duty, a soldier returns home. To his former home, that is, using an old key while the new tenant is at work.
By Doughty, Louise
'Louise Doughty leads her unnerved readers into dark territory.' Hilary Mantel'Utterly mesmerizing, with the pace of a thriller and a sense of profound mystery in the most ordinary of settings. I was hooked from its start to its nerve-racking, surprising finish' Deborah Moggach T ...
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