Turning the Corner A Collection of Post-millennium Short Stories by David A. Hill
  

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Turning the Corner A Collection of Post-millennium Short Stories by David A. Hill

A collection of fresh, post-millennium short stories exploring a sense of awakening or of reaching a turning point. The stories are arranged in five themed sections: Colliding worlds; Growing up; Meetings with death; Home and school and The world of adults. The collection includes stories by Helen Dunmore, Jackie Kay, Matthew Kneale, Helen Simpson, Colm Toibin and Rose Tremain.

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Paperback
224 pages

Author

David A. Hill
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Publication date

6th September 2007

ISBN

9780521703215


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