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      Ali Smith
    
      Ed Vulliamy
    
      Ferdous Sadat
    
      Helen Simpson
    
      Jon Snow
    
      Nicolette Jones
    
      Omar Alfrouh
    
      Ruth Padel
    
      Tom Dyckhoff

Tales of Two Londons

Stories from a Fractured City

; Ali Smith (Innledning) ; Ed Vulliamy (Innledning) ; Ferdous Sadat (Innledning) ; Helen Simpson (Innledning) ; Jon Snow (Innledning) ; Nicolette Jones (Innledning) ; Omar Alfrouh (Innledning) ; Ruth Padel (Innledning) ; Tom Dyckhoff (Innledning)

London today is embattled as rarely before. In a city of enormous wealth, poverty is rampant. The burnt-out hulk of Grenfell Tower stands as an appalling reminder that inequality can be so acute as to be murderous. Les mer
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London today is embattled as rarely before. In a city of enormous wealth, poverty is rampant. The burnt-out hulk of Grenfell Tower stands as an appalling reminder that inequality can be so acute as to be murderous. Here, Claire Armitstead has drawn together fiction, reportage and poetry to capture the schisms defining the contemporary city. With nearly 40% of the capital's population born outside the country, Tales of Two Londons eschews what Armitstead labels a "tyranny of tone," emphasising voices rarely heard. Featuring writers such as Ali Smith, Jon Snow, Arifa Akbar and Ruth Padel alongside stories from previously unpublished immigrants and refugees, this is a compelling collection which captures the fabric of the city: its housing, its food, its pubs, its buses, even its graveyards.
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Forlag: Arcadia Books
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 250
ISBN: 9781911350606
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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Claire Armitstead is Associate Editor, Culture, for the Guardian. Over a 25-year career with the paper she has been arts editor, literary editor and head of books. She presents the weekly Guardian books podcast and is a regular speaker at live events in the UK and internationally. She is also a trustee of the freedom of speech charity English PEN.