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The Very Thought of You: Readers’ Notes

Notes For a Readers’ Group (May 16th 2010), by Rosie Alison The Very Thought of You by Rosie Alison 1. How would you describe the story of The Very Thought of You? A young girl from London is evacuated to a Yorkshire country house during World War Two, where she finds herself part-witness, part-accomplice to […]

Trilby Kent answers Readers’ Questions

Reviews From Reading Groups “I enjoyed meeting the characters and found them credible and sympathetic… An insightful exploration of the problems and dangers of hero worship and the narrow ideals of romantic nationalism and multiculturalism.” – A. Cornish, 73, Newcastle upon Tyne Reading Group “It engaged me from the start and I thought the gradual […]