GIRL IN WINTER

Larkin, Philip

| 1975

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Lose yourself in this wintry tale of young love by the 'best-loved English poet of the past 100 years.' (Sunday Times) Katherine Lind is a refugee who has become a librarian in a wartime Northern town. One winter's day, she receives a telegram: and her thoughts drift back to falling in love with her pen-pal, Robin Fennel, on a glorious summer exchange. But on his return from the army, their reunion is not what they imagined ... 'Beautiful.' Nina Stibbe 'Remarkable . Diffused poetry.' Simon Garfield 'Highly sensitive . Reminiscent of Virginia Woolf.' Joyce Carol Oates 'Funny and profoundly sad.' Andrew Motion 'The best-loved English poet of the past 100 years.' Sunday Times

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