Larchfield by Polly Clark

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But these are quibbles. The real question that the novel poses, and boldly seeks to answer, through the person of the troubled yet saintly Auden, is this: “How to face the loneliness, the longing, the sheer overwhelming pain of desire that cannot be fulfilled … these are his burdens, as all people who face the truth must carry burdens.”
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Larchfield
 

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Published March 23, 2017 by Quercus Publishing.
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Reviewed by Ian Sansom on Apr 07 2017

But these are quibbles. The real question that the novel poses, and boldly seeks to answer, through the person of the troubled yet saintly Auden, is this: “How to face the loneliness, the longing, the sheer overwhelming pain of desire that cannot be fulfilled … these are his burdens, as all people who face the truth must carry burdens.”

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