Foreigners by Mike Johnson


London … North Africa … Formentera … Germany … Auckland.
The sixties and departure, the  seventies and dislocation, the eighties and recollection … and then the treaty and today.

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“I am a foreigner in my own country,” declares a character from ‘Auslander’, one of the three outlandish and startling novellas that make up this collection. Here the author of Lear: The Shakespeare Company Plays Lear at Babylon examines what it means to be there and not here, to be a stranger in a foreign land and a foreigner at home.

There are also stories of terror and beauty of the frozen moment when, long exiled by memory, love and grief find rest. Sad, hilarious, embarrassingly observant, relentlessly curious about the inner and outer spaces we inhabit, Foreigners is a powerful and challenging work from this exacting writer.


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