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'George Saunders develops the acronym TICHN — things I couldn’t help noticing. In other words, referring back to his advice ‘Don’t say something for no reason’; if you include a detail, make sure it means something, and repeat it, with subtle variations. '
C. D. Rose investigates the allure of famous incomplete and lost texts and asks why we are so fascinated by these elusive literary works.
Ben Rhydding was once a grand Gothic mansion in Yorkshire, built to provide the ‘water cure’ to the Victorian elite. Tamar Yellin explores the history of this ill-fated building and how it inspired a novel.
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