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by Graham Harwood
Author: Graham Harwood
Publisher: Working Press; First Edition edition (1987)
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Also by Graham Swift. Simon & Schuster UK Ltd. 1st Floor. The Sweet Shop Owner. London WC1X 8HB. ww. imonandschuster.
He was the chief Washington Correspondent for CNBC and a contributor for The New York Times. He wrote a weekly column entitled "The Caucus" that appeared on Monday about Washington politics and policy. Before joining the Times, he wrote for The Wall Street Journal.
The stories in Graham Swift’s collection find Englishmen at vulnerable . With these thoughts I took up Graham Swift’s new collection of short fiction, prepared to have my list of stereotypes confirmed.
The stories in Graham Swift’s collection find Englishmen at vulnerable points in their lives. Were they? Well, not exactly. England and Other Stories comprises 25 stories. Some are very slight, barely sketches, bits of conversation or reflection caught in passing; they slip by as strangers do in a populous, busy world, or as doodles on the margins of a narrative. Others are more complex and deeply engaging.
Viola Hatherley was a writer of ghost stories in the 1890s whose work lies forgotten until her great-grandson, as a young boy in Mawson, Australia, learns how to open the secret drawer in his mother's room. There he finds a manuscript, and from the moment his mother catches him in the act, Gerard Freeman's life is irrevocably changed. And why should stories written a century ago entwine themselves ever more closely around events in his own life? Gerard's quest to unveil the mystery that shrouds his family, and his life, will lead him from Mawson to London, to a long-abandoned house and the terror of a ghost story come alive.
The John Ingerfield of this story is a man very typical of his race. One day, rummaging over an old chest, he comes across a coloured picture- book of Bible stories
The John Ingerfield of this story is a man very typical of his race. One day, rummaging over an old chest, he comes across a coloured picture- book of Bible stories. He turns the torn pages fondly, remembering the Sunday afternoons of long ago. At one picture, wherein are represented many angels, he pauses; for in one of the younger angels of the group-one not quite so severe of feature as her sisters-he fancies he can trace resemblance to Anne.