Der Zementgarten

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Heavily inspired by Louis MacNiece, Carson has an ear for the flow and music of poetry that would easily be the envy of many poets with weightier reputations. Each government department has a special committee of the House of Commons which watches the work of that Department. British menus run the gamut from traditional British-style pubs that serve a perfectly pulled pint and bangers and mash, to locally raised Yorkshire roast beef served in an upscale setting.

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