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Lesley Glaister and Helen Dunmore

Conversation with two leading fiction writers. Glaister discusses As Far As You Can Go, her menacing thriller abut two couples on an isolated farm in the Australian outback. Orange Prize-winner Dunmore discusses Mourning Rubywhich tells not only the story of the loss of a child and its effect on three people, but an account of a young girl’s life in a brothel during the First World War, the magical story of a circus acrobat, and the history of Stalin’s first wife and her mysterious fate.


Lesley Glaister | talks
Helen Dunmore | talks


Date and Time:

6 June 2004 at 2:30 pm


2 hours



The Guardian Hay Festival
Administered from: The Drill Hall
25 Lion Street
0870 990 1299

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Venue: V4.

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