An Extract from 'Across the Channel'
(Annelies Beck) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2014, № 22, PP. 66-73
When war broke out, Belgian refugees pour in Glasgow by the thousands. Initially the Glaswegians are full of sympathy at their arrival, but soon the inevitable frictions surface. The extract of this novel gives readers a glimpse of a society in disarray, a world which, confronted with strangers, is confronted with itself.
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