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Love is Strange

Joseph Connolly

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

In the kitchen Gillian loads the Hotpoint and frets about letting her baby go.

In the bathroom Clifford styles his hair like Cliff's and wishes for a television.

In the front room Arthur smokes a pipe and plots to fend off the loan sharks.

In her bedroom Annette lifts up her nightie and heads for Clifford's room.

In a tour-de-force of undressed taboo, four monologues intertwine to begin the story of an ordinary family in the fifties. How their seemingly contented, simple world bubbles under with odd desires and secret pangs - how it is shaken when they come to light - and how, step by step with the dawning sixties, life for all of them is whirled into a carousel of fashion, debauchery and explosive revelation.

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