First Impressions

May 30, 2003

This week's competition, in which you have to identify a book from its opening sentence, is from a novel with a famous death scene:

"Although I am an old man, night is generally my time for walking."

The winner receives a £25 Blackwell's voucher. The closing date is June 3.

Entries, including postal address, should be sent to

First Impressions
The THES
Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield
London E1W 1BX

faxed to 020 7782 3300
or emailed to theschat@thes.co.uk

The winner of last week's competition, who identified Samuel Richardson's Pamela is Roy Findlay of Newport Pagnell.

THES (TSL Education Ltd) and its associated companies may from time to time wish to process, or disclose your data to approved third-party companies, in order to monitor our service and send you future promotions. If you do not wish us to do this, please notify us by writing 'No promotions' on your entry.

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