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Review: Jessica Andrews and Helen Mort, Manchester Literature Festival, International Anthony Burgess Foundation
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One of the great pleasures of this job is the occasional invitation to evenings such as this.Read the full story..
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“The book was so powerful it made me cry,” my friend says. We are having coffee before heading off to watch author Louise O’Neill in conversation with Jeanette Winterson at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester. “I had to put it down a couple of times,” I reply. ‘The sheer brutality of it meant I couldn’t continue.’Read the full story..
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