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Granta 20: In Trouble Again (Granta #20)

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Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by Granta Publications (first published March 3rd 1987)
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Kirsten
Really good - varied styles, subjects, approaches and of course places. If you are hesitating about making that round the world trip with only a rucksack and a packet of Dioralyte this will get you leaping off the sofa and pulling the plug from your telly in no time. It was a touch disconcerting that there were rather a few double-barrelled names, a Peregrine, and only one of the twelve writers was a woman, but it was published in 1986. Also of course very interesting to read the pieces reportin ...more
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