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Review of ‘Another World’

With a dazzling economy of words and precision of language, Pat Barker has constructed a quiet, elegant ghost story, in which the specter of the past literally and figuratively haunts a contemporary family. In just 278 briskly plotted pages, the Booker Prize-winning novelist deftly explores the emotional dissolution of a household, probes the complexities of…

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