A chance encounter with an old schoolfriend confronting a devastating disease leads Colin Turnbull to reassess his life. Middle-class life is not all it seems.
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"The excellence of art, for Middleton, is an exact vision of real things as they are." - A.S. ByattAbout the Author:
Stanley Middleton was born in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire in 1919. He published his first novel, A Short Answer, in 1958 and went on to publish 45 novels in a career spanning fifty years. He was joint winner of the Booker Prize in 1974 with Holiday. Stanley Middleton died in July 2009.
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