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Edward Bell's mother had left the Soviet Union thirty years before - a political firebrand, a troublemaker. She worked as an interpreter, and to begin with she'd tried hard to be English. She'd kept her accent in check, been friendly with other mothers at Edward's school. But gradually she returned to being a foreigner, she went to foreign shops, communicated only with foreign people. To her, England was nothing more than the view for the front window. She and Edward appear to have lived quietly enough until one day, the ...

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