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Rosemary Sutcliff
For (1920-92)—internationally acclaimed “writer of genius” of children’s literature & historical fiction
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Elliot Brown May 17
If you don’t venture outside the M25 for your theatre.. .. have proved that you probably should. was beautiful last night; the love child of , & . 👌🧡
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Rosemary Sutcliff May 18
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Elizabeth Martin May 17
Replying to @nhelmer @rsutcliff
Well I'm pleased to say that I still have my treasured letter from her - I wrote to her as an adult, after revisiting the wonderful Sword at Sunset.
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Passing Strange At Present May 16
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As an archivist, I am saddened to hear she didn't keep them. I have such powerful memories of her books. Thought you'd enjoy that homage!
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Dom Coyote May 15
Replying to @lucky_wood
Thanks! U guys were a lovely audience
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Rachel Betts May 15
Fragment is so moving and beautiful. Stunning writing and songs. If you’re in Oxford SEE IT. On until Saturday.
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Shenagh Govan May 15
Beautiful eve at Fragment tonight - made me laugh, cry & think - winning combination!
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Lewis Doherty May 15
THIS was so bloody gooooodddd!!! Defo worth the trip to Oxford if you missed it in London. 😍
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Neil Grainger May 14
Watched this beautiful piece tonight . Moving and poignant story set in a post-steel Redcar. Wonderful songs and performances and so so great hearing the Teesside accent on a London stage
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MILLY BLUE May 17
We opened in Oxford last night. House was packed out and we had such an incredible time. If you can make it to this week then really really do. We have something very special here!
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Rosemary Sutcliff Apr 30
Oxford published world-best selling Rosemary Sutcliff story-making genes at work , two generations on — in Oxford! in !
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Rosemary Sutcliff May 16
Oh that Rosemary Sutcliff' were still alive to know that and write to your 7yo! For, had he sent it, she surely would've replued. She used to write back, by hand, to every single fan letter she ever received. But she kept neither the originals nor copies of her replies .
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Hay Cinema Bookshop May 16
Just had a wonderful conversation about a Golden Age of children's literature - Alan Garner, Leon Garfield, , Jill Paton Walsh....
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The OED May 16
OED Word of the Day: potpanion, n. A drinking companion
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Rosemary Sutcliff May 15
. Remember this...my approach tonight. Still not done Day 54....but I will
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Rosemary Sutcliff May 15
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John Trikeriotis May 15
A gorgeous collection of busts, including those of emperor, Hadrian and his companion, Antinous at the National Archaeological Museum in ; repository to the world's largest ancient Greek art collection - (Photo: P. Lubas)
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Rosemary Sutcliff May 15
Rosemary Sutcliff lived in wheelchair, walked short distances with sticks & great difficulty . She could not negotiate stairs. Most of her research was done with and via Libraries, especially from where she could borrow ten books at a time
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Grimm & Co May 15
The giants tend to come on Thursday afternoons. We close at 1pm to allow them time to shop in peace, without fear of squashing any humans.
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