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The Home Crowd
ISBN:1 86368 370 4
As a young man the protagonist in The Home Crowd emigrates to Australia with his parents. He burns his bridges, leaving abruptly without telling any of his mates or his girlfriend; when he returns to Yorkshire, years later, he finds that he left behind more than he knew. The novel is about the emotional and psychological consequences of such displacement and the irreconcilable claims that two countries can have on the emigrant. This accomplished first novel will strike a chord with anyone who lives in a country with a national psyche deeply affected by immigration.