New fiction: Unhappy families - The Economist

New fiction: Unhappy families

New fiction: Unhappy families - The Economist
New fiction: Unhappy families
Published Aug 21, 2004
396 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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FAMILIES "have idealised expectations of each other," writes Justin Cartwright in this accomplished new novel exploring the fragility of family life in times of crisis. "On the one hand more allowances are made, but also more is demanded."...

  
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