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Review of ‘Harvest’

Jim Crace’s 11th novel is a remorseless allegory exploring the dark side of what we think of as economic progress, as it rudely elbows aside settled ways of life.

Harvest is set in an English farming community inhabited by barely 60 souls and known only as “the Village,” in an indeterminate time whose subtle clues…

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