Passages: a novel

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Calder & Boyars, 1969 - Fiction - 112 pages
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A poetic book of voices, landscapes and the passing of time, this novel is split into two sections, reflecting the schizophrenia of the characters.

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What is more or less a simple plot--a woman accompanied by her lover--searching for her lost brother in a Mediterranean kind of landscape; that brother some kind of revolutionary (or not), with some ... Read full review

Passages (British Literature Series)

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Quin, one of a small cadre of British experimental writers, produced four novels before her death in 1973. Forgotten and out of print for nearly 40 years, they languished until Dalkey Archive began ... Read full review


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