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    Once, I banned my students from writing them. Now I see the magic and joy in children’s stories It was a mild early summer’s day, with buttercups everywhere. I was map reading and my partner was driving. We were somewhere in West Sussex, on a country road because I couldn’t cope with the harsh rush of the motorway. I’d recently been ill, and felt strongly that I never wanted to re-enter the normal world, with its clattering trucks, fluorescent litter, hashtags and memes. For the last few weeks I had only been able to read PG Wodehouse and Dodie Smith. So I felt happy in the simple nostalgic (...) -- Children and teenagers, Fiction, Books, Culture

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    Wednesday’s assault was a crime. The last thing we needed was our politicians and media hysterically exaggerating it On Wednesday afternoon a car went on to the pavement on Westminster bridge and killed three passers-by. A man leapt out and stabbed a policeman. He was shot. No one knew who he was, only that he was dark-skinned and bearded. The police later released the names of those who tragically died in this dreadful incident. The possibly intended victims – members of parliament – were not harmed. That is how we normally report the people who die by knifing in London each year, usually (...) -- Westminster attack, UK news, Media, Politics

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  • 10:00
    Light and dark combine in Howard Cunnell’s multi-generational story of abandonment, alcoholism and gender transition There are several precursors nodded to in the title of Howard Cunnell’s light-filled memoir of childhood, parenthood and gender transition. One thinks of Edmund Gosse’s Father and Son, in which the author, finally cutting himself off from his pious and overbearing father, sets out “to fashion his inner life for himself”. There’s Turgenev’s tale of an ageing man unable to keep pace with his fast-living nihilist son. Then there’s Hemingway’s short story, “Fathers and Sons”, in which (...) -- Autobiography and memoir, Biography, Books, Culture, Parents and parenting, Family, Life and style
  • 09:00
    Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse novels began a boomtime in crime fiction on television and in bookshops – and we are still feeling its effects “Game-changer” is a word Colin Dexter, who died this week, would almost certainly have loathed. But it exactly describes what Dexter himself was, via TV’s Inspector Morse. Though it might seem his legacy is limited to a handful of novels, it is actually far larger than that: publishers’ insatiable enthusiasm today for crime fiction, the shelf space bookshops now allocate to it, the number of writers making a living from it. Related: Colin Dexter obituary (...) -- Crime fiction, Fiction, Books, Culture, Television, Television & radio, Poirot, Anthony Minghella
  • 08:30
    Longlisted for the Man Booker international prize, this dangerously addictive first novel in which a woman’s life speeds towards doom is haunted by the bleak landscape of rural Argentina “Each thing she tells you is going to be worse,” someone says about two thirds of the way through Samanta Schweblin’s short, terrifying and brilliant first novel, now longlisted for the Man Booker International prize. It could be the book’s strapline, as she remorselessly cranks up the tension until every sentence seems to tremble with threat. Fever Dream, translated by Megan McDowell, is the Argentinian (...) -- Fiction, Books, Culture
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    I Am, I Am, I Am describes 17 near-fatal experiences and was written to give hope to eight-year-old daughter A life-affirming memoir, which began as a project to give hope to her eight-year-old daughter, is to be published this summer by novelist Maggie O’Farrell. The book, I Am, I Am, I Am: Seventeen Brushes with Death, recounts a series of near-death experiences suffered by O’Farrell. It was written to help her daughter to face life with courage and be aware that “she is not alone”, despite suffering from a severe immunology disorder. Continue (...) -- Maggie O'Farrell, Books, Culture, UK news, Autobiography and memoir, Biography

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