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Joanna Trollope Donates Archive To Oxford University's Bodleian Library

Posted at 7:29PM Tuesday 25 Mar 2014

The best-selling novelist Joanna Trollope has donated her entire archive, including handwritten manuscripts of her novels, as well as letters, journals and research notes, to Oxford's Bodleian Library.

She said she chose the Bodleian because of her long association with the university, and she was honoured that they were accepting the gift.

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