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Heligoland (edition 2003)

by Shena Mackay

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Title:Heligoland
Authors:Shena Mackay
Info:Jonathan Cape (2003), Hardcover
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Celeste Zylberstein and Francis Campion are the only two original inhabitants still living at the "Nautilus", a strange shell-shaped building, which was a haven for a floating community of cosmopolitan refugees, intellectuals and artists in the 1930s. Gus Crabb, a dealer in bric-a-brac, is the only other resident until the arrival of Rowena Snow. She is searching for the Heligoland of her childhood imagination - like a hermit crab seeking a home...… (more)

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