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Be Near Me [Hardcover]

Andrew O'Hagan
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'A sensitive and poignant mediation on human isolation ... first-rate writing.' -- Daily Mail

'A work that portrays tragedy with such intelligence, tenerness and honesty.' -- Literary Review

'O'Hagan is devastatingly amusing ... Be Near Me establishes O'Hagan as one of our most sympathetic prose-poets.' -- The Times

'a superb novel ... a masterpiece of characterisation ... a generous, wonderfully observed novel, and the best O'Hagan has written yet' -- Telegraph

Book Description

Longlisted for the Booker Prize, Be Near Me is a brilliantly moving story of art and politics, love and change, and the way we live now. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Andrew O'Hagan was born in Glasgow in 1968. His first book, The Missing, was published in 1995 and shortlisted for the Esquire/Waterstone's/Apple Non-Fiction Award. Our Fathers, his debut novel, was shortlisted for the 1999 Booker Prize. His second novel, Personality, was published in 2003 and won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction. In January of that year Granta named him one of the Best of Young British Novelists and in April he received the E. M. Forster Award from the American Academy of Arts & Letters. He lives in London.
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