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By: Swift, Graham, 1949-.
Contributor(s): Prebble, Simon | Marceau-Clarke, Gigi | Sterlin, Jenny | Stewart, Ian | Doyle, Gerard | Jones, Simon, 1950- | Hawksley, Dominick.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: [Minneapolis, Minn.] : HighBridge Co., 2003ISBN: 9781598873054 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book); 1598873059 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book).Subject(s): Older men -- Fiction | Working class -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | England -- Fiction | Death -- FictionGenre/Form: Psychological fiction. | Love stories. | Audiobooks.Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 823/.914 Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title Read by Simon Prebble, Gigi Marceau Clarke, Jenny Sterlin, Ian Stewart, Gerard Doyle, Simon Jones, and Domonick Hawksley.Summary: Set in Southeast England, friendship and love among a group of men whose lives have been intertwined since World War II. When one dies, the survivors are brought together and are forced to take stock of the paths their lives have taken, by choice and by accident, since the war. Winner of the 1996 Booker Prize.
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Read by Simon Prebble, Gigi Marceau Clarke, Jenny Sterlin, Ian Stewart, Gerard Doyle, Simon Jones, and Domonick Hawksley.

Duration: 8:29:56.

Set in Southeast England, friendship and love among a group of men whose lives have been intertwined since World War II. When one dies, the survivors are brought together and are forced to take stock of the paths their lives have taken, by choice and by accident, since the war. Winner of the 1996 Booker Prize.

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