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Anne Tyler on the secret of writing:
" ... pretend to yourself that no one will see it, ever."
The novel she feels proudest of is Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant. More on her writing life in a long interview from last Saturday's Guardian Review
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Anne Tyler, Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant
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wonderful novel... and she manages to make all the characters... even the possible baddies...sympathetic, complicated, irritating and familiar
23 April 2012 at 05:01 PM
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