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  • "Waterland" is the story of history, small and large: The world goes about its business of industrialization, wars and natural disasters, while one family -- Crick's -- goes about its business of marrying, working, grieving and, at least once, murdering.

    The Story of History, Small and Large

  • But as "Waterland" so picturesquely demonstrates, history is as much a part of our lives as the looks on our faces.

    The Story of History, Small and Large

  • There's a character, a student named Price, in Graham Swift's 1983 novel, "Waterland," who reminds me of me.

    The Story of History, Small and Large

  • Maggie Smith, in 1984 - and in the 1990s he became familiar to American audiences in, among other films, "Alien 3," "Waterland," "The Last of the Mohicans" and "The Usual Suspects."

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  • 'Waterland' Demonstrates the Lasting Effects of a Family's Story.

    The Story of History, Small and Large

  • A Waterland official said in May that four members of the company's board opposed the deal because they felt the price Waterland agreed to pay was too high.

    Taiwan Rejects Waterland Bid for Metlife Unit

  • The Financial Supervisory Commission said in a statement Wednesday that Waterland Financial Holdings Co. lacks the "professional abilities" and funding to properly run the insurer.

    Taiwan Rejects Waterland Bid for Metlife Unit

  • The Financial Supervisory Commission said Waterland Financial Holdings lacks the "professional abilities" and funding to properly run the insurer.

    Business Watch

  • The collection of 75 file boxes contains manuscripts, notes, revisions and proofs relating to all eight of his novels - including Waterland and the Booker Prize-winning Last Orders - his short story collection Learning to Swim and his recently published non-fiction collection Making an Elephant.

    Graham Swift's archive acquired by the British Library

  • But for every novelist such as Martin Amis or Graham Swift, who featured on the 1983 Granta list, and produced their breakthrough and arguably their best books around this time (Money and Waterland respectively), there is a Hilary Mantel, whose Wolf Hall, the novel that crystallised her reputation and which she said she had been waiting all her life to write, was published only last year, when she was in her late fifties.

    Ru Freeman: The UK Telegraph vs. The New Yorker

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  • Dutch municipality north of Amsterdam.

    May 13, 2010