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The death of the poet

Author: N Quentin Woolf
Publisher: London : Serpent's Tail, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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John Knox falls passionately and irrevocably in love with Rachel McAllistair the first time they meet. He interviews her for his radio show, and afterwards, when he tells her how impressive she was, she hits him, square on the jaw. Undeterred, he pursues her, promising to love her and never to leave her. This promise becomes his burden, as her behaviour whirls out of control. She is abusive and cruel. And yet he  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Woolf, N. Quentin.
Death of the poet
(OCoLC)868380390
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: N Quentin Woolf
ISBN: 9781847659477 1847659470
OCLC Number: 875679991
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Nine; Eight; Chapter 078; Chapter 077; Chapter 076; Chapter 075; Chapter 074; Chapter 073; Chapter 072; Chapter 071; Chapter 070; Chapter 069; Chapter 068; Chapter 067; Chapter 066; Chapter 065; Chapter 064; Chapter 063; Chapter 062; Chapter 061; Chapter 060; Chapter 059; Chapter 058; Chapter 057; Chapter 056; Chapter 055; Chapter 054; Chapter 053; Chapter 052; Chapter 051; Chapter 050; Chapter 049; Chapter 048; Chapter 047; Chapter 046; Chapter 045; Seven; Possibly 18 September; Late in September 1916 --
perhaps the 25th; 8 December 1917; 10 November 1916. 13 November 191626 November 1916 --
evening; 10 January 1918; 10 March 1918; 4 April 1918; 18 April 1918; Tues. 19 March 1919; 11 June 1925; 11 June 1925 --
afternoon; Six; Chapter 044; Chapter 043; Chapter 042; Chapter 041; Chapter 040; Chapter 039; Chapter 038; Chapter 037; Chapter 036; Chapter 035; Chapter 034; Chapter 033; Chapter 032; Chapter 031; Chapter 030; Chapter 029; Chapter 028; Five; Chapter 027; Chapter 026; Chapter 025; Chapter 024; Chapter 023; Chapter 022; Chapter 021; Chapter 020; Chapter 019; Chapter 018; Chapter 017; Chapter 016; Chapter 015; Four; 22 May 1914; 3 August 1914. 4 August 191413 August 1914; 20 February 1915; 26 February 1915; 1 March 1915 --
France; 3 March 1915; 4 March 1915; 20 March 1915; Three; Chapter 014; Chapter 013; Chapter 012; Chapter 011; Chapter 010; Chapter 09; Chapter 08; Chapter 07; 2 December 1940; 10 December 1940; Chapter 06; Two; 25 September 1915; 8 August 1916; 8 September 1916; 15 September 1916; One; Chapter 05; Chapter 04; Chapter 03; Chapter 02; 27 July 1970; Chapter 01.
Responsibility: N. Quentin Woolf.

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John Knox falls passionately and irrevocably in love with Rachel McAllistair the first time they meet. He interviews her for his radio show, and afterwards, when he tells her how impressive she was, she hits him, square on the jaw. Undeterred, he pursues her, promising to love her and never to leave her. This promise becomes his burden, as her behaviour whirls out of control. She is abusive and cruel. And yet he stays. Even when she does something so awful that his life is changed forever. And that point, on which his life turns, leads him to an unexpected connection with a man who su.

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