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Author: Pat Barker
Publisher: London : Virago, 1996.
Series: Virago modern classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This Virago modern classic was the first novel from the author of The Eye in the Door and The Ghost Road. It centres on the women of Union Street, describing how they meet the harsh challenges of poverty and survival in a precarious world.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Barker
ISBN: 0860682838 9780860682837
OCLC Number: 60308107
Notes: Originally published: 1982.
Awards: Winner of Fawcett Society Book Prize 1983
Description: 288 pages ; 20 cm
Series Title: Virago modern classics.

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Nova Vivid, bawdy and bitter * The Times 'Barker's talent for gently sifting through the hidden depths of the human psyche is awesome' *

 
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