'It will, I hope, still qualify for the indulgence traditionally extended to juvenilia,' wrote Philip Larkin, almost twenty years after the publication of his first novel. But Jill, with its exact evocation of place - Oxford in 1940 - and astute insight into character, emotions and social nuance, requires no such indulgence. It is a classic of its time, and shows many of the qualities that were later to distinguish Larkin's great, mature poetry. 'Jill is, in a sense, a kind of cryptic manifesto. It is a novel about writing, ...

Jill 2005, Faber & Faber, London

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Jill 1996, Faber & Faber, London

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Jill 1985, Faber & Faber, London

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Jill 1985, Chivers Press, Bath

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Jill 1976, Overlook Books

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Jill 1964, Faber & Faber, London

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