Author: Robin Jenkins

ISBN: 9781847672384
Pages: 240
Description: After discovering life outside the slums, a young boy is torn between what he has and what he wants, but not suited for either Thirteen-year-old Tom Curdie, the product of a Glasgow slum, is on probation for theft. His teachers admit that he is clever, but only one, Charles Forbes, sees an uncanny warmth in his reticence and in his seemingly insolent smile—so he decides to take Tom on holiday with his own family. This powerful novel explores one of Jenkins’s consistent and most fruitful themes—how goodness and innocence are compromised when faced with the pressures of growing up and becoming part of society.
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