Cloudstreet by Tim Winton
An all too familiar trope of contemporary fiction is the dysfunctional family. If you undertook a detailed survey of novels written over the last thirty years or so, this might be the single most prevalent theme of them all—you’re not a character worth your salt these days if Mom or Dad didn't scar your young psyche from the cradle, intrude malevolently…
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