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Who is the spy?!

The narrator of the novel 'Spies' revisits his childhood street years later as an adult. 

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'...I stand at the corner, looking at it, listening to it, breathing it in...' 

Through our Virtual School Experience, Pre-IBs have been imagining the claustrophobic cul-de-sac setting for Michael Frayn's novel, 'Spies', set in WW2 England. The cross-curricular task required students to read the opening of the novel, visualise and sketch its suburban setting...the backdrop for strange events later in the story. 


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Head of English