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4 March 2020

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Alumna Joanna Trollope speaks to the ‘Guardian’ about families, fiction and feminism

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Our alumna Joanna Trollope CBE (English Language and Literature, 1962) has been interviewed by the Guardian.

The novelist spoke to Claire Armitstead about her career before becoming a writer, her life, and her work.

The full interview can be read here.

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