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How True Should Historical Fiction Be?

Posted at 8:05AM Thursday 20 Mar 2014

From Hilary Mantel to Andrew Miller to Philippa Gregory, historical fiction is enjoying a boom. But novelists are storytellers, not history teachers, argues Stephanie Merritt

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