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Sam Palmer is a cricket player who is playing the last Test match of his career. His schoolboy son, Reggie, is a budding poet who disappoints Sam by not attending the penultimate day's play... See full summary »
Chekhov and cricket - great similarity you know. Same sense of shape and pattern, form and design. Each done with that superbly satisfying art which conceals art. The same passion for the beautifully inconclusive.
At the end of the first day of England's innings it is said that they scored 320. The next day on the radio, John Arlott says 283.
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