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Tim Pears

Tim Pears

Tim Pears speaks with John Greening about tending historical, eschewing psychology and the joy of hands-on work. Tim Pears speaks with John Greening about how family history took him from contemporary novels to historical ones, eschewing psychology for a newly filmic style of fiction, seeing his work on television and the benefits of a hands-on early career.


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