Sightlines - P.D. James Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099422824 / Author: P.D. James / Genre: Fiction / Published to promote and support the work of the RNIB's Talking Books, Sightlines includes pieces from many of Britain's foremost writers, all of whom have contributed their work without fee.
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by - written on 08/10/01, updated on 10/10/01 (Very useful, 219 readings)
In a move unprecedented in both the literary and charity communities, the Royal National Institute for the Blind have produced an anthology of new, previously unreleased writing by 50 contemporary authors including Sue Townsend, Louis de Bernieres, A.S. Byatt, Tibor Fischer, Frederick Forsyth, Joanna Trollope and Fay Weldon. Most of the items in the book, which include short stories, essays and poetry, have been commissioned (without a fee) especially for the book entitled ‘Sightlines’. And jolly good it is too! I really think that this anthology contains something for everybody. Usually I will read an anthology or collection of short stories which ... Read the complete review
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