The Guardian – Weekend crossword No 380 – Apr 13 2018

Clues Answers
A 1970s Irish nationalist – or 1960s Dutch anarchist? PROVO
Archaic term for fever AGUE
Cincinnati street in which Sethe lives in Toni Morrison’s Beloved BLUE
Citizen Kane’s home XANADU
Country bordered by Romania and Greece BULGARIA
Daniel __, president of Nicaragua ORTEGA
Darcy’s home in Pride and Prejudice PEMBERLEY
English town in the Chilterns AMERSHAM
French revolutionary in A Tale of Two Cities MADAMEDEFARGE
Gorgon with snakes in place of her hair? MED
Keats poem which begins, ‘A thing of beauty is a joy for ever.’ ENDYMION
Clues Answers
Latin phrase meaning ‘in proportion’ PRORATA
Rebecca’s home, according to Daphne du Maurier MANDERLEY
Robert __, leader of the 1605 Gunpowder Plot CATESBY
See 2 ROAD
See 2 Down STONE
See 21 USA
The Greek goddess of women HERA
The opening line of Moby-Dick CALLMEISHMAEL
__ boot, another name for a wheel clamp DENVER
__ City, Batman’s home town GOTHAM
__ Common, RAF base closed in 1992 GREENHAM

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