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Kate Colquhoun & Katie Grant

Truth Duty

The writer’s duty: Kate Colquhoun on disturbing non-fiction, and Katie Grant on borrowing the dead. Kate Colquhoun explores the responsibilities of non-fiction writers in dealing with matters that are disturbing, controversial or simply unclear. Katie Grant considers the burdens and benefits of family history and the writer’s duty towards the dead.


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