The Free Zone Starts Here

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Delacorte Press, Jan 1, 1982 - Alcoholism - 161 pages
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In Lisbon to attend a memorial service for his younger sister and her fellow students killed in a plane crash, seventeen-year-old Paul shares his introspection with her as he ponders the weaknesses of his parents and the meaning of life.

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ONE
1
TWO
17
THREE
34
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John Wain, 1925-94, was an English novelist and critic. He served as professor of poetry at Oxford (1973-8) and wrote or edited more than seventy books. His works include the novels A Winter in the Hills (1970) and The Pardoner's Tale (1978); Letters to Five Artists (1969), poems; and critical
studies of Arnold Bennett (1967) and Samuel Johnson (1975).

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