Double Vision

Double Vision

Book - 2003
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In the aftermath of covering 9/11, English war reporter Stephen Sharkey and photographer Ben Frobisher leave New York and part company. Stephen returns to the devastating discovery of the end of his marriage; while on assignment in Afghanistan Ben is killed. Retreating to the English countryside to write a book questioning the role of the war reporter and photographer Stephen enters into complicated relationships with Ben's widow Kate, a sculptor, her disturbing and sinister young studio assistant, and a young au-pair. Set far from the literal theatre of war, "Double Vision" is nonetheless a novel about its representation and effects as Pat Barker once more lays bare the complexities of desire and violence.
Publisher: Hamish Hamilton, 2003.
ISBN: 9780241142257
0241142253
Branch Call Number: FIC BARK

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