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Zadie Smith And Alice Oswald Headline Stellar Edinburgh Book Festival Lineup

Posted at 9:02AM Saturday 23 Jun 2012

Zadie Smith will be giving the first glimpse of her long-awaited new novel NW, poet Alice Oswald will put on a rare performance of Memorial, her reimagining of the Iliad, and authors from Irvine Welsh to Joyce Carol Oates will debate the key issues facing modern literature at this summer's Edinburgh international book festival.


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