The Stranger’s Child by Alan Hollinghurst

She’d been lying in the hammock reading poetry for over an hour trying to read. It wasn’t easy…”

 

EDITOR’S CHOICE

Alan Hollinghurst‘s beautiful and elegant evocation of England in the 20th century brings to mind EM Forster. It opens in the late summer of 1913, when George Sawle brings home a friend from Cambridge, Cecil Valance, thus beginning a relationship that will change everything for their families, particularly for George’s young sister, Daphne, for whom Cecil writes a celebrated poem.
FORMAT: Hardback

EDITION: Picador

PUBLICATION DATE: 2011

CONDITION: Excellent – NEW!!

CLASSIFICATION: Fiction/Contemporary/Gay&Lesbian writers

 

1501/AV

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