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ANTHEM

ANTHEM
Enthralling, moving, darkly funny and humane, Anthem is a triumphant account of ordinary people and a dispute over a group of small, barren islands at the bottom of the world.
Our Price: €11.20
ISBN/EAN9780330487467
Stock: 1
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Pub. Date: September 3 2004
Author: Binding, Tim
Format: Paperback
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Spring 1982. Anglefield Road is a peaceful cul-de-sac in a suburban town north of London, with four houses looking out on each other. But when Argentina invades an obscure British colony, the Falklands -- provoking a national crisis and a patriotic revival -- the repercussions for the residents of Anglefield Road reach far beyond the events of that momentous summer. Enthralling, moving, darkly funny and humane, Anthem is a triumphant account of ordinary people and war, as the lives of four families are reshaped by a dispute over a group of small, barren islands at the bottom of the world.
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