Excerpt from my (as yet unpublished) novel, Adieu the Rose:
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“Your anger is that of all the wronged women since the beginning of time, Sophie.” Mother Superior fingered multi-coloured spines.
Publication: Sept 27th 1971
Harry Lesser is a serious Jewish writer who refuses to leave a decaying Tenement in fear of interrupting his writing process. He is the only man living there, just him and his typewriter until he hears the faint clicks of another writer on his floor. 593 more words
In the last days of June 2011, after a 50-hour journey from Chile (but that’s another story), I arrived in Salta, Argentina. It’s a beautiful city in Argentina’s northwest, close to the Chilean and Bolivian borders. 701 more words
Holly Luhning (University of Surrey) will be presenting her paper, ‘Eliza Haywood: Cultural and Corporeal Adaptation’, at 5.30pm on Tuesday, 24 February 2015. The talk will take place in the Cardiff University’s John Percival Building, Room 2.48. 190 more words