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Black Swan Green

Mitchell, David

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ISBN 10: 0340822791 / ISBN 13: 9780340822791
Editorial: Sceptre, Great Britain, 2006
Usado Condición: Fine Hard Cover
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A true UK first edition / first printing, numbered '1' on the copyright page. An great copy of this acclaimed autobiohraphical novel, by the Booker Prize shortlisted author of 'Cloud Atlas' and 'Ghostwritten'. We protect all our books with a removable plastic cover, and send them with care. N° de ref. de la librería 001070

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Título: Black Swan Green

Editorial: Sceptre, Great Britain

Año de publicación: 2006

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro:Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine

Edición: First Edition

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Sinopsis:

David Mitchell comes home - to England, 1982, and the cusp of adolescence.



Jason Taylor is 13, doomed to be growing up in the most boring family in the deadest village (Black Swan Green) in the dullest county (Worcestershire) in the most tedious nation (England) on earth. And he stammers. 13 chapters, each as self-contained as a short story, follow 13 months in his life as he negotiates the pitfalls of school and home and contends with bullies, girls and family politics. In the distance, the Falklands conflict breaks out; close at hand, the village mobilises against a gypsy camp. And through Jason's eyes, we see what he doesn't know he knows - and watch unfold what will make him wish his life had been as uneventful as he had believed.



Vividly capturing the mood of the times - high unemployment, Cold War politics and the sunset of agrarian England - this is at once a portrait of an era and of an age: the black hole between childhood and teenagerdom.

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