Adam Foulds

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Dream Sequence by Adam Foulds – review
Adam Foulds skewers the world of acting in an entertaining novel that fizzes with wit

Johanna Thomas-Corr

05, Feb, 2019 @8:59 AM

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Dream Sequence by Adam Foulds review – precision of observation
This story of an ambitious actor and his obsessed fan is brilliantly written, but lacks contemporary resonance

Edward Docx

24, Jan, 2019 @8:57 AM

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Top 10 modern Victorian novels
Narrative tricks minted in the 19th century are still working in contemporary fiction by authors from Margaret Atwood to Sarah Waters

Paraic O’Donnell

07, Nov, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Ahhhh! What are your scariest reading experiences?
To mark the birth of Frankenstein’s monster 200 years ago, the Royal Society of Literature has been asking writers for their most alarming moments as a reader – join them, if you dare

Richard Lea

29, Jan, 2016 @3:22 PM

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Top tips for young writers – from past winners of the young writer award
How do you get started on a writing career? As the Sunday Times / PFD Young writer of the year award returns, we ask past winners including Sarah Waters, Ross Raisin and Helen Simpson for their top tips for young authors

05, Nov, 2015 @3:35 PM

Literary prodigies - make a start on our quiz

Poetry's 'Next Generation' has just been announced – a good moment to find out if you're a rising star or an old hand with our quiz on bookish early achievers

Jordan Murr

12, Sep, 2014 @10:24 AM

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‘Next Generation’ of 20 hotly-tipped poets announced by Poetry Book Society
Women ‘lead charge’ of new authors predicted for great things in the coming years

Alison Flood

10, Sep, 2014 @11:01 PM

Adam Foulds and Gerard Woodward on the second world war - Edinburgh books podcast

The two novelists talk about how the Allied invasion of Sicily and wartime camouflage inform their new books

Presented by Claire Armitstead

19, Aug, 2014 @1:17 PM

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The top 10 hospital stories
From George Eliot to Ken Kesey, novelist Sarah Moss finds the best novels featuring these fascinating, sometimes frightening institutions

Sarah Moss

18, Jun, 2014 @11:57 AM

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In the Wolf's Mouth by Adam Foulds – review

Adam Foulds's second world war novel charts four interweaving lives in poetic prose, writes Frances Perraudin

Frances Perraudin

16, Feb, 2014 @12:30 PM

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In the Wolf's Mouth by Adam Foulds – review
Foulds' compassion for the singularity of each individual's suffering saves his characters from becoming caricatures, writes Alberto Manguel

Alberto Manguel

15, Feb, 2014 @8:00 AM

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The best fiction featuring real writers
From Colm Tóibín to Italo Calvino, novelist Rachel Cantor describes her favourite encounters with authors who appear in other people's books

Rachel Cantor

05, Feb, 2014 @12:38 PM

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