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“Quartet in Autumn” by Barbara Pym (1977) – gentle strokes of pure genius

I think Barbara Pym is one of the great unsung heroines of the time. Her novels are how I would like to return in the next life: small but perfectly formed. I’m not even remotely surprised that a “Barbara Pym … Continue reading

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