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Is That a Fish in Your Ear?, by David Bellos,

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Norman Binally works with the Citizen's Coal Council, a national organization committed to educating people about the negative aspects for us all of coal mining and burning. The organization is based in Washington, DC, though it works to organize all over the US, especially around mining in Indian land.

The website is www. He also works with the Zuni-Salt Lake Coalition, a very broad coalition of folks and organizations which has recently had success in stopping mining in Arizona. Robert Pollen is an economics Prof at Univ. He is the author of several books including "Living Wage".

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Product description Book Description Nina Bawden made her mark early in her career as a writer of excellent mysteries, especially remarkable for her observation of character. Out-of-print for many years, seven of these classic novels are now available through Bello. Nina Bawden was one of Britain's most distinguished and best-loved novelists for both adults and young people.

She wrote over forty novels, slightly more than half of which are for adults, an autobiography and a memoir describing her experiences during and following the Potters Bar rail crash in May , which killed her husband, Austen Kark, and from which she emerged seriously injured - but fighting. She was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for Circles of Deceit and several of her books, like Family Money , have been adapted for film or television.

Many of her works have been translated into numerous languages. Following Potter's Bar, she was movingly portrayed as a character in the David Hare play, The Permanent Way , about the privatization of the British railways. Bawden passed away on Wednesday 22 August , at her home in North London with her family around her. Not Enabled. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Showing of 1 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. It starts of as a standard story of adultery between a shabby lecturer ex-grammar school and the glamorous wife of a local MP. Her husband finds out. She and her lover proceed to have a conversation consisting entirely of cliches.

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The story then becomes more melodramatic - and cliche'd. I gave up on page 61, where there is a three-way confrontation on a converted barge during a storm. Why did dubious characters always live on barges?