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The LRB at 40: Women in Fiction

Nell DunnTessa Hadley and Joanna Biggs

As part of a series of events marking the LRB's 40th anniversary, Nell Dunn and Tessa Hadley talk to Joanna Biggs, one of the LRB's editors, about fictional representations of women’s everyday lives.

Recorded at the London Review Bookshop on 17 October 2019.

Photo: Maureen Lipman, Suzy Kendall and Adrienne Posta in Up the Junction (1968), written by Nell Dunn.

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