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Lynne Truss On Reading At Literary Events

Posted at 7:14AM Monday 11 Feb 2013

Nowadays, of course, the wised-up novelist simply writes a set-piece section that can be later lifted out of the novel and presented at literary events. And actually, the wised-up reader (in turn) can often spot the bit in question, because it's so different from the rest of the book.


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