Tea at the Midland

Tea at the Midland

Book - 2012
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Filled with characters that are often delicately caught in moments of defiance, disregarding their age, their family, or the prevailing political winds, this collection finds a space for resistance and taking an honest delight in it. Alphonse, having broken out of an old people's home, changed his name, and fled the country, pedals down the length of the Rhone despite knowing he has barely six months to live. Meanwhile, a clergyman chooses to spend Christmas Eve--and the last few hours in his job--in a frozen, derelict school, dancing a wild jig with a vagrant called Goat.
Publisher: [Manchester] : Comma Press, 2012
Description: v, 250 p. ; 20 cm
ISBN: 9781905583492
1905583494
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