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Nicholas Gage

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Nicholas Gage was born in Green and emigrated to the United States ten years later. He was an investigative reporter and foreign correspondent for the New York Times when he wrote Eleni, working as their bureau chief in Athens. It was published in 1983 and went on to win the Royal Society for Literature's Heinemann Award for the best book of the year in 1984. Eleni became a bestseller all over the world and was made into a feature film.

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'Not only a son's poignant memorial to his dead mother but an important work of history' - Observer

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