Oberon, 2001 - British - 87 pages
Adapted from the Booker Prize-winning novel by Paul Scott, Staying On is both witty and deeply moving. It is a compelling story of a forty-year love affair and a unique portrait of the end of an era. Set in India, the tale of a English couple who decide to stay there after independence in 1947.
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