Several Strangers: Writing from Three Decades
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A very special parcel arrived from the UK today. I keep telling myself to read more non fiction, so I'm happy to add it to my shelves. It certainly won't take three decades to slide up the TBR pile.
Thank you my friend. I haven't read anything else by this author, but I have read several of the authors whose works she reviews in this book. How sad that so many of the gifted writers seem to have had mental problems that often lead to incarceration and suicide. I don't think I would have liked some of them, Virginia Woolf being one who immediately comes to mind. My favourite chapter was London Innocents: The Diaries and Letters of Two Working Women " edited by Tierl Thomson, about the lives of two ordinary, young, working girls.