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The Small Hours and Mutton

3:00pm | Wednesday 20 March 2013
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About this Event:

Two novelists discuss their approach to their women heroes and to families, under the watchful eye of author and broadcaster Paul Blezard.

Susie Boyt is author of four novels including the most recent, The Small Hours. It concerns Harriet Mansfield who, following a decade in therapy and with a new inheritance, decides to open the school of her dreams. But what light will it throw on her own difficult childhood and will she gain recognition from her estranged family?

India Knight has also written four novels, the latest of which, Mutton, features Clara Hutt, 46, who, despite signs of age, feels she is in her prime. A 50-year-old friend, Gaby, returns from California and moves in with her. Gaby is a veteran of cosmetic procedures and looks 35. Clara wonders if she should follow suit.

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