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'Every hour a glass of wine' – the female writers who drank

Posted at 8:14AM Monday 16 Jun 2014

The long list of male alcoholic authors is well known, but what about their literary sisters? Olivia Laing looks back on the great female writers who sought refuge in the bottle and salvation on the page

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