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Cressida Connolly and Tim Bouverie, whose recent books both explore the path to the Second World War, will consider the resonance which the events of the 1930s, and the resulting conflict, might have for us today.
Joanne Harris’ much-loved characters – whom we met for the first time in Chocolat in 1999 – return in her latest novel, published in April this year. The Strawberry Thief, the fourth instalment in the series, sees the villagers of Lansquenet-sous-Tannes thrown into chaos upon the death of Narcisse the florist.
Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls – and later The Country Girls Trilogy – have been icons of Irish literature since their publication in the early 1960s, and have now been chosen for Dublin’s 2019 One City, One Book initiative.
See in spring 2019 with this fascinating series of Tuesday morning lectures in Dulwich, exploring how the world could change over the coming decades.
Creative writing is a passion shared by many – but, even with a great idea in your pocket, where do you start?