Waterland

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Pocket Books, 1987 - Autobiographical memory - 270 pages
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The long-running debate on Britain's apparent economic decline has generated a large economic and statistical literature and a great deal of heat in rival social and cultural explanations.

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User Review  - LilyRoseShadowlyn - LibraryThing

Although meandering at times, this was an enjoyable read. I enjoyed Swift's style, and although not my favorite author, I will probably read more of his books in the future. I like the idea of a ... Read full review

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User Review  - seeword - LibraryThing

Multi-generational story set in the flat, soggy reclaimed lands of East Anglia. History and geography intermingle with family secrets and tragedies. Library book. Read full review

Contents

About the Stars and the Sluice
1
About the End of History
4
About the Fens
6
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

British novelist Graham Swift was born in London on May 4, 1949. He attended Cambridge University and York University. Swift has written five novels, including Waterland.

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