Josipovici, Gabriel (1971) Words. Gollancz.

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"Louis and Helen's marriage is rubbing along comfortably when an old flame of his, Jo, proposes to pay them a short visit. The suggestion is a little odd: Jo has been out of touch with Louis for years, and she has never met Helen. But Helen seems quite agreeable to the idea, and it's Louis who is somewhat disconcerted, edgy, ready to make difficulties. Jo arrives with her small daughter Gillian, whom she hasn't mentioned, and who proves to be a most disconcerting child, remote and brooding.

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