Continent.

By: Crace, Jim

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The author's first book. Winner of the 1986 Guardian Fiction Prize, the Whitbread Book-of-the-Year First Novel Prize, and the David Highman Prize for Fiction.

''he began publishing fantasy with ''Annie, California Plates'' in The New Review for June 1974. His first novel, CONTINENT (collection of linked stories 1986), is a fabulation set on an imaginary southern continent in an otherwise present-day world. Crace's spare narrative - the novel comprises six independent sections, none more than short-story length - stands in marked contrast to the expansive narratives that characterize most such works from Austin Tappan Wright's Islandia (1942) on'' (John Clute & Gregory Feeley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).

Title: Continent.

Author Name: Crace, Jim

Categories: Other,

Edition: First British edition (& 1st printing).

Publisher: Harper & Row: NY.: 1987.

Binding: Hardcover.

Grading: Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Seller ID: 07543