New Zealand

Chris, a dull Englishman man who has lead a dull life, considers New Zealand, where his daughter now lives:

New Zealand is a lovely place. It’s just like England was when I was young, full of quiet, decent, humorous people who eat bread and butter and whose clothes don’t quite fit.

From A Partisan’s Daughter, by Louis de Bernières (published 2008).

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