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  When I Lived in Modern Times by Linda Grant  
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Columnist and broadcaster, Polly Toynbee, discusses the merits of Linda Grant's (pictured) 2000 winning novel

Synopsis: It's 1946 and Evelyn Sert, a young twenty-year-old woman from London, is bound for Palestine. In Tel Aviv she is becomes an unwitting spy in an underground army.


When I Lived in Modern Times
Published by Granta Books
 
Orange Prize for Fiction
Linda Grant's official website


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