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Love and Summer (Paperback): William Trevor Love and Summer (Paperback)
William Trevor 1
R215 R172 Discovery Miles 1 720 Save R43 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'A master of both language and storytelling' HILARY MANTEL 'Compact and ordinary, it was a town in a hollow that had grown up there for no reason that anyone knew or wondered about . . .' Rathmoye, Ireland, in the middle of the last century, and into town comes a stranger on the day of Eileen Connulty's funeral. Taking unwanted and unasked for photographs, Florian Kilderry upsets its carefully settled status quo. But Ellie, a young convent girl married to a farmer still mourning his first wife, cannot help but be drawn to this trespassing youth. Over the course of a long, warm summer Ellie and Florian form an attachment that sleepy Rathmoye cannot ignore . . . 'Unbearably moving' Spectator

The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories (Paperback): William Trevor The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories (Paperback)
William Trevor
R276 R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Save R42 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ireland has long been a nation of story-tellers. What began as a lively form of entertainment has grown into an unrivalled literary genre.
Although Ireland may mourn the loss of the seanchai, the old hearthside story-teller, the Irish art of story-telling is by no means lost. This varied anthology traces the development of the Irish short story from the early folk-tales of the oral tradition through Oliver Goldsmith, Maria Edgeworth, James Joyce, and Liam O'Flaherty, and on to the rising stars of the modern generation, such as Bernard Mac Laverty and Desmond Hogan.

Last Stories (Paperback): William Trevor Last Stories (Paperback)
William Trevor 1
R268 R202 Discovery Miles 2 020 Save R66 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'What a writer he was; he could flip over a sentence so gently, and showthe underbelly in a heartbeat. His work is always quietly compassionate' Elizabeth Strout In this final collection of ten exquisite, perceptive and profound stories, William Trevor probes into the depths of the human spirit. Here we encounter a tutor and his pupil, whose lives are thrown into turmoil when they meet again years later; a young girl who discovers the mother she believed dead is alive and well; and a piano-teacher who accepts her pupil's theft in exchange for his beautiful music. These gorgeous stories - the last that Trevor wrote before his death - affirm his place as one of the world's greatest storytellers. 'Trevor is a master of both language and storytelling' Hilary Mantel 'He is one of the great short-story writers, at his best the equal of Chekhov' John Banville 'The greatest living writer of short stories in the English language' New Yorker

The Con Men - Hustling in New York City (Hardcover): Terry Williams, Trevor Milton The Con Men - Hustling in New York City (Hardcover)
Terry Williams, Trevor Milton
R578 R490 Discovery Miles 4 900 Save R88 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This vivid account of hustling in New York City explores the sociological reasons why con artists play their game and the psychological tricks they use to win it. Terry Williams and Trevor B. Milton, two prominent sociologists and ethnographers, spent years with New York con artists to uncover their secrets. The result is an unprecedented view into how con games operate, whether in back alleys and side streets or in police precincts and Wall Street boiler rooms. Whether it's selling bootleg goods, playing the numbers, squatting rent-free, scamming tourists with bogus stories, selling knockoffs on Canal Street, or crafting Ponzi schemes, con artists use verbal persuasion, physical misdirection, and sheer charm to convince others to do what they want. Williams and Milton examine this act of performance art and find meaning in its methods to exact bounty from unsuspecting tourists and ordinary New Yorkers alike. Through their sophisticated exploration of the personal experiences and influences that create a successful hustler, they build a portrait of unusual emotional and psychological depth. Their work also offers a new take on structure and opportunity, showing how the city's unique urban and social architecture lends itself to the perfect con.

The Con Men - Hustling in New York City (Paperback): Terry Williams, Trevor Milton The Con Men - Hustling in New York City (Paperback)
Terry Williams, Trevor Milton
R495 R424 Discovery Miles 4 240 Save R71 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This vivid account of hustling in New York City explores the sociological reasons why con artists play their game and the psychological tricks they use to win it. Terry Williams and Trevor B. Milton, two prominent sociologists and ethnographers, spent years with New York con artists to uncover their secrets. The result is an unprecedented view into how con games operate, whether in back alleys and side streets or in police precincts and Wall Street boiler rooms. Whether it's selling bootleg goods, playing the numbers, squatting rent-free, scamming tourists with bogus stories, selling knockoffs on Canal Street, or crafting Ponzi schemes, con artists use verbal persuasion, physical misdirection, and sheer charm to convince others to do what they want. Williams and Milton examine this act of performance art and find meaning in its methods to exact bounty from unsuspecting tourists and ordinary New Yorkers alike. Through their sophisticated exploration of the personal experiences and influences that create a successful hustler, they build a portrait of unusual emotional and psychological depth. Their work also offers a new take on structure and opportunity, showing how the city's unique urban and social architecture lends itself to the perfect con.

Felicia's Journey (Paperback): William Trevor Felicia's Journey (Paperback)
William Trevor
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

*WINNER OF THE WHITBREAD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD* *WINNER OF THE SUNDAY EXPRESS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD * From acclaimed author William Trevor, Felicia's Journey is a tightly woven psychological thriller 'A book so brilliant that it compels you to stay up all night galloping through to the end' Daily Mail You're beautiful, Johnny told her. So, full of hope, seventeen-year-old Felicia crosses the Irish Sea to England to find her lover and tell him she is pregnant. Desperately searching for Johnny in the bleak post-industrial Midlands, she is instead found by Mr Hilditch, a strange and lonely man, a collector and befriender of homeless young girls . . . 'Immensely readable. The plot twist is both sinister and affecting, and so skilfully done that you remember why authors had plot twists in the first place' Guardian Readers of The Story of Lucy Gault and Love and Summer will adore Felicia's Journey. It will also be cherished by readers of Colm Toibin and William Boyd. William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, County Cork. He has written eighteen novels and novellas, and hundreds of short stories, for which he has won a number of prizes including the Hawthornden Prize, the Yorkshire Post Book of the Year Award, the Whitbread Book of the Year Award and the David Cohen Literature Prize in recognition of a lifetime's literary achievement. In 2002 he was knighted for his services to literature.

Love and Summer (Paperback): William Trevor Love and Summer (Paperback)
William Trevor 1
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Love and Summer - a remarkable, heart-rending novel by acclaimed writer William Trevor 'Lingers in the memory as a beautiful meditation on love, belonging and the impossibility of escape' Observer 'Unbearably moving' Spectator It is summer and a stranger has come to quiet Rathmoye. He is noticed by Ellie, the young convent girl, who is married to Dillahan, a farmer still mourning his first wife. Over the long and warm days, Ellie and the stranger form an illicit attachment. And those in the town can only watch, holding their tongues, as passion, love and fate take their inevitable course. 'A portrait of a brackish rural backwater, complete with family tragedy, sexual scandal, a repressed spinster and a half-crazed ancient retainer . . . delicate, elegiac, written with all Trevor's trademark compassion and understanding' Daily Mail 'A series of wrenching human dramas, which Trevor depicts with kindness and beautiful delicacy' Sunday Telegraph 'Brilliant. Trevor is the ultimate Old Master' Evening Standard 'Beautiful. A flawless work of art' Independent on Sunday Readers of The Story of Lucy Gault and Felicia's Journey will adore Love and Summer. It will also be cherished by readers of Colm Toibin and William Boyd. William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, County Cork. He has written eighteen novels and novellas, and hundreds of short stories, for which he has won a number of prizes including the Hawthornden Prize, the Yorkshire Post Book of the Year Award, the Whitbread Book of the Year Award and the David Cohen Literature Prize in recognition of a lifetime's literary achievement. In 2002 he was knighted for his services to literature. His books in Penguin are: After Rain; A Bit on the Side; Bodily Secrets; Cheating at Canasta; The Children of Dynmouth; The Collected Stories (Volumes One and Two); Death in Summer; Felicia's Journey; Fools of Fortune; The Hill Bachelors; Love and Summer; The Mark-2 Wife; Selected Stories; The Story of Lucy Gault and Two Lives.

Two Lives - Reading Turgenev & My House in Umbria (Paperback): William Trevor Two Lives - Reading Turgenev & My House in Umbria (Paperback)
William Trevor
R241 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R29 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Two Lives offers two superb novels in one volume . . . as rich and moving as anything I have read in years. . . . Marvelous." --"The Guardian"
Presented here are two unforgettable short novels by acclaimed author William Trevor, both of which focus on women who retreat into their imaginations until the boundaries between what is real and what is not become blurred.
In "Reading Turgenev," an Irish country girl is trapped in a loveless marriage with an older man, but she finds release in secret meetings with a man who shares her passion for Russian novels. This novella was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.
The second novella, "My House in Umbria," tells how romantic novelist Emily Delahunty helps the survivors of a bomb attack on a train by inventing colorful pasts for her patients.

"A sensibility reigns here which is at once inquisitive and loving. . . . Trevor's is among the most subtle and sophisticated fiction being written today." --John Banville, "The New York Review of Books"
"A writer at the peak of his powers; Two Lives] reminds you what good reading is all about." --Anne Tyler, "Chicago Sun Times"
"One of the most beautiful and memorable things Trevor has written." --"The Independent on Sunday" (U.K.)

The Silence in the Garden (Paperback): William Trevor The Silence in the Garden (Paperback)
William Trevor
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Silence in the Garden by William Trevor - a classic early novel by one of the world's greatest writers Family secrets take their toll on the children of an old Irish family In the summer of 1904 Sarah Pollenfax, the daughter of an impecunious clergyman, arrives at Carriglas, an island off the coast of Cork, to act as governess for her distant cousins. It's a magical time in a magical place. But when she comes back almost thirty years later, after the First World War and the Irish Civil War have taken their toll, she discovers that there were things going on during that apparently idyllic summer which now horrify her and which cast a long shadow over the remnants of the family still living there. 'William Trevor's precisions and indirections slowly and balefully accumulate in this, his most ambitious novel' Anthony Thwaite, London Review of Books 'Offers marvels with Mr Trevor's customary understated dexterity' New York Times William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, in 1928. He spent his childhood in Ireland and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, but has lived in England for many years. An acknowledged master of the short-story form, he has also written many highly acclaimed novels: he has won the Whitbread Fiction Prize three times and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize four times. His most recent novel was Love and Summer (Penguin, 2010).

The Children Of Dynmouth (Paperback): William Trevor The Children Of Dynmouth (Paperback)
William Trevor
R233 R193 Discovery Miles 1 930 Save R40 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Children Of Dynmouth - a classic prize-winning novel by William Trevor William Trevor's The Children of Dynmouth (Winner of the Whitbread Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize) was first published in 1976 and is a classic account of evil lurking in the most unlikely places. In it we follow awkward, lonely, curious teenager Timothy Gedge as he wanders around the bland seaside town of Dynmouth. Timothy takes a prurient interest in the lives of the adults there, who only realise the sinister purpose to which he seeks to put his knowledge too late. 'A small masterpiece of understatement ... a work of rare compassion' Joyce Carol Oates, New York Times If you enjoyed The Story of Lucy Gault and Love and Summer, you will love this book. It will also be adored by readers of Colm Toibin and William Boyd. William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, County Cork. He has written eighteen novels and novellas, and hundreds of short stories, for which he has won a number of prizes including the Hawthornden Prize, the Yorkshire Post Book of the Year Award, the Whitbread Book of the Year Award and the David Cohen Literature Prize in recognition of a lifetime's literary achievement. In 2002 he was knighted for his services to literature. His books in Penguin are: After Rain; A Bit on the Side; Bodily Secrets; Cheating at Canasta; The Children of Dynmouth; The Collected Stories (Volumes One and Two); Death in Summer; Felicia's Journey; Fools of Fortune; The Hill Bachelors; Love and Summer; The Mark-2 Wife; Selected Stories; The Story of Lucy Gault and Two Lives.

Last Stories (MP3 format, CD, Unabridged edition): William Trevor Last Stories (MP3 format, CD, Unabridged edition)
William Trevor; Narrated by Simon Vance
R488 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R98 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Gospel Thoughts - Or Christ in the Prayer Book, a Series of Meditations on the Epistles and Gospels, as Selected in the Book of... Gospel Thoughts - Or Christ in the Prayer Book, a Series of Meditations on the Epistles and Gospels, as Selected in the Book of Common Prayer (Paperback)
William Trevor Nicholson
R536 Discovery Miles 5 360 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Rugby Union Football (Paperback): Philip Christian William Trevor Rugby Union Football (Paperback)
Philip Christian William Trevor
R363 Discovery Miles 3 630 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
A Catechism on the Apostles' Creed (Hardcover): John William Trevor A Catechism on the Apostles' Creed (Hardcover)
John William Trevor
R585 Discovery Miles 5 850 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Selected Stories (Paperback): William Trevor Selected Stories (Paperback)
William Trevor
R482 R406 Discovery Miles 4 060 Save R76 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Selected as one of "The New York Times Book Review"'s 10 Best Books of the Year.

Four-time winner of the O. Henry Prize, three-time winner of the Whitbread Award, and five-time nominee for the Booker Prize, William Trevor is one of the most acclaimed authors of our era. Over a career spanning more than half a century, Trevor has crafted exquisitely rendered tales that brilliantly illuminate the human condition. A powerful collection by "the greatest living writer of short stories in the English language" ("The New Yorker"), "Selected Stories" brings together forty-eight stories from "After Rain, The Hill Bachelors, A Bit on the Side," and "Cheating at Canasta."

Gospel Thoughts - Or Christ in the Prayer Book, a Series of Meditations on the Epistles and Gospels, as Selected in the Book of... Gospel Thoughts - Or Christ in the Prayer Book, a Series of Meditations on the Epistles and Gospels, as Selected in the Book of Common Prayer (Hardcover)
William Trevor Nicholson
R794 Discovery Miles 7 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Rugby Union Football (Hardcover): Philip Christian William Trevor Rugby Union Football (Hardcover)
Philip Christian William Trevor
R622 Discovery Miles 6 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
After Rain (Paperback, Revised): William Trevor After Rain (Paperback, Revised)
William Trevor 2
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

William Trevor has long been hailed as one of the greatest living writers of the short story. In this collection of twelve dazzling, acutely rendered tales, he once again plumbs the depths of the human heart. Here we meet a blind piano tuner whose wonderful memories of his first wife are cruelly distorted by his second; a woman in a difficult marriage who must chose between her indignant husband and her closest friend; two children, survivors of divorce, who mimic their parents' melodramas; a heartbroken woman traveling alone in Italy who experiences an epiphany studying a forgotten artist's Annunciation.

Trevor is, in his own words, a storyteller. My fiction may, now and again, illuminate aspects of the human condition, but I do not consciously set out to do so. Conscious or not, he touches us in ways that few writers even dare to try.
Drifting and Other Poems (Hardcover): William Trevor Kenyon Drifting and Other Poems (Hardcover)
William Trevor Kenyon
R546 Discovery Miles 5 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series. In the interest of creating a more extensive selection of rare historical book reprints, we have chosen to reproduce this title even though it may possibly have occasional imperfections such as missing and blurred pages, missing text, poor pictures, markings, dark backgrounds and other reproduction issues beyond our control. Because this work is culturally important, we have made it available as a part of our commitment to protecting, preserving and promoting the world's literature.

Drifting and Other Poems (Paperback): William Trevor Kenyon Drifting and Other Poems (Paperback)
William Trevor Kenyon
R290 Discovery Miles 2 900 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series. In the interest of creating a more extensive selection of rare historical book reprints, we have chosen to reproduce this title even though it may possibly have occasional imperfections such as missing and blurred pages, missing text, poor pictures, markings, dark backgrounds and other reproduction issues beyond our control. Because this work is culturally important, we have made it available as a part of our commitment to protecting, preserving and promoting the world's literature.

A Catechism On the Apostles' Creed (Paperback): John William Trevor A Catechism On the Apostles' Creed (Paperback)
John William Trevor
R364 R297 Discovery Miles 2 970 Save R67 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.

Fools of Fortune (Paperback): William Trevor Fools of Fortune (Paperback)
William Trevor
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Fools of Fortune by William Trevor - a classic early novel from one of the world's greatest writers Winner of the Whitbread Prize for Best Novel of the Year Murder and revenge during the Irish Civil War The Quintons have lived in the old house in Cork for hundreds of years. Though Anglo-Irish Protestant, they sympathize with the cause of independence and secretly fund Michael Collins' fighters. But one of their workers is an informer to the British, and when he's murdered on their land, though they know nothing of it, the Black and Tans come seeking revenge. Till now young Willy Quinton has led a pleasant, cosseted life. But the murder of his father and sisters by British soldiers brings him to a point when he can only contemplate revenge himself. He sets off for Liverpool with hatred in his heart. Will he survive? Will the cycle ever be broken? 'To my mind William Trevor's best novel and a very fine one' Graham Greene William Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, in 1928. He spent his childhood in Ireland and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, but has lived in England for many years. An acknowledged master of the short-story form, he has also written many highly acclaimed novels: he has won the Whitbread Fiction Prize three times and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize four times. His most recent novel was Love and Summer (Penguin, 2010).

The Story of Lucy Gault (Paperback): William Trevor The Story of Lucy Gault (Paperback)
William Trevor
R233 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R30 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In the early morning of June the twenty-first, nineteen twenty-one, three arsonists -- shadows in the night -- arrive at Lahardane, the home of Captain Everard Gault, his wife, Heloise, and daughter, Lucy. The sheepdogs that alarmed the Gaults of previous trespasses had since been poisoned. On this occasion, though, it is a warning shot fired above the silhouetted heads that sends them retreating, saving the estate from being set ablaze. But blood speckles the pebbles of the approach in the dawn's light, implying that the Captain's single shot wounded one of the intruders.
Everard quickly learns the identity of the wounded -- a boy named Horahan -- and thereafter sets to make amends. His apologies and offers of restitution to the boy and his family are ineffective, however, and the Gaults realize then that further defiance to certain forthcoming attacks is senseless. "The past was the enemy in Ireland," writes Trevor. Protestant property was the common target in this time of insurrection and civil war, two years after Sinn Fein declared Ireland independent, and the Gaults had obvious British sympathies: Everard, a former British army officer; Heloise, an English wife and mother; Lahardane, an ancestral Irish property since the eighteenth century. It is too dangerous for them to stay. They too must desert Ireland like so many families before them.
Eight-year-old Lucy is never properly explained the danger of staying at Laharadane. It is the only place she has known; a place where the flow of streams around moss-covered stones, the bloom of the apple orchard, the pull of the sea's tide, and the fishermen on the shore are the very fabric of her being. So it is then, forlorn and mournful, that Lucy decides to run away on the night before her family's scheduled departure for England. However, when her parents find an article of her clothing on the shore where she frequently went swimming they fear the worst: that she has drowned.
Stricken by grief and remorse, devastated by guilt and blame, Everard and Heloise regard the plans they have made and retreat from Ireland. Windows are boarded, furniture is draped, and Lahardane is left in the care of their servants, Henry and Bridget. But almost as soon as the Gaults have left Henry finds Lucy -- alive, emaciated, her ankle broken and badly swollen -- in an abandoned cottage in the woods. The Gaults, however, have forsaken their intentions to relocate to England and have vanished into Europe. The trail following them is less than cold, their whereabouts critical yet unknown, and for thirty years this remains as they sojourn through France, Switzerland and Italy.
Henry and Bridget resuscitate Lahardane and take up custodial care of Lucy. As she matures, though, she also becomes more reclusive and insular. Children in the village refuse to play with her. She is stared at, spoken of in hushed tones and, over time, exiled. The anguish over her parents' fate wanes as the myth of hers similarly grows. She develops into a voracious reader and to a certain degree lives her life vicariously through the characters that populate the novels in her family's extensive library. It is by chance then that at age twenty-four Lucy meets a man -- Ralph.
Ralph, a young Englishman, arrives in Ennisealea to work as a tutor to the banker's sons for the summer. While on a drive, familiarizing himself with the Irish countryside, he happens upon Lahardane. Ralph and Lucy, upon meeting, are immediately enchanted with one another and Ralph, after his departure, can't let a thought pass through his mind that isn't of beautiful Lucy. Properly, he is invited back to Lahardane, as those closest to Lucy hold their breath and privately hope that Ralph will become her future suitor. Sadly, those hopes are dashed. The end of summer nears and so too does Ralph's tenure with the Ryalls, but not before he pronounces his love for Lucy. Lucy's self-reproach for the bisecting of her family weighs heavy, though. "She believed she had no right to love until she felt forgiven," and thusly she rejects Ralph's affection and proposal of marriage. His love unrequited, Ralph returns to his English home and shortly thereafter enters the war.
Guilt-laden, unbeknown to them that their daughter and home persevere, Everard and Heloise live a life in exile on the continent -- an exile both self-imposed and inflicted by Mussolini's war. It's not until Heloise contracts influenza and perishes that Everard resolves to return to Ireland and the home he left behind three decades previous.
Arriving at Lahardane, the Captain is astonished to find the house unsealed and tended. Yet he is more astonished to find Lucy alive; the daughter he thought for deceased now a grown woman. But Everard's return to a paternal relationship with Lucy is, logically, strained. Moreover, he feels undeserved of anything greater than the respect Henry and Bridget would extend to that of a stranger, for it is their house now -- as it has been since he entrusted it to their care with his exit in nineteen twenty-one -- and he is a phantasm. Still, Everard makes every effort to atone for his absence, for an adolescence and adulthood choked by his neglect, delinquency and taciturnity.
In the end, the forgiveness that Everard searches for is diminished by his daughter's redemption: Lucy has forgiven the arsonist wounded by his single shot. It was the young boy, Horahan, who many, many years ago put the tragic sequence of events in their lives into motion. But it is now the older man, after unrelenting nightmares of successfully setting the Gault estate ablaze, killing Lucy, who is driven to insanity.

Verano y Amor (English, Spanish, Paperback): William Trevor Verano y Amor (English, Spanish, Paperback)
William Trevor
R467 Discovery Miles 4 670 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Great Advantage of Keeping Holy the Sabbath - Set Forth in a Sermon, to a Religious Society of Young Men: Preach'd at... The Great Advantage of Keeping Holy the Sabbath - Set Forth in a Sermon, to a Religious Society of Young Men: Preach'd at the Parish-Church of St. Alphage, Sion College, on St. Stephen's Day, 26 Decemb. 1720. by William Trevor, (Hardcover)
William Trevor
R526 Discovery Miles 5 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
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