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'The leading character is a magnificent piece of portraiture and round him revolves a number of brilliantly observed characters. Not for a long time have I enjoyed a book so much' Daily Telegraph.
'A devastating memorial to the old-time Labour party' Daily Mail.
Howard Spring (1889-1965) won worldwide fame with his bestselling novel O Absalom! – afterwards reissued as My Son, My Son to avoid a clash with William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! He settled in Cornwall, the setting for books that followed, such as Fame Is the Spur (1940), Hard Facts (1944), and The Houses in Between (1951).
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