Tessa Hadley Interview

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Tessa Hadley has had almost as many short stories published in the New Yorker in the last ten years as her hero, Alice Munro. Her first novel, Accidents in the Home was described by England's Guardian newspaper as "Fantastically subtle, absorbing and delightful. This is prose to die for." Now Tessa Hadley has written a novel called The London Train.

Music to close the show:

CD:  DAVID OWEN NORRIS PLAYS ELGAR
PERFORMER: David Owen Norris
COMPOSER: Edward Elgar
CUT 18: "Serenade"
Elgar Editions EECD 02


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