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208 pages, Paperback
First published January 1, 1980
The fact is, of course, that what you feel about what you see depends not on what is, but who you are. A place is an illusion.A very subtle, understated measure of time—in the individual sense; in the familial sense; in the generational sense; and in the historical sense—and how all of these converge and conflict when the BBC descends upon the fractured Paxton family, intent on making a documentary about deceased archeologist Hugh Paxton.