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Fridays Behind Bars

Fridays Behind Bars

Creative writing in prisons 

Simon Booker
Simon Booker describes how a stint as writer in residence at a therapeutic community prison changed his perceptions for good.
John Harrison describes the last voyage of the Temeraire, once part of Nelson’s fleet at Trafalgar, and the ship’s subsequent immortalisation as a symbol of English identity in the famous painting by the artist JMW Turner.
Penny Hancock asks why there are so few grandparents in literature, when compared with the frequency with which parent-child relationships are described.
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