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At night, in his house, Thistlewood took to his bed a Central African woman (a "Congo"), herself a recent immigrant, who had the dubious distinction of being the first, but by no means the last
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1. Introduction The present thesis will analyse Ian McEwan’s late novel1. Introduction The present thesis will analyse Ian McEwan’s late novel
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