‘In desperation I began to work my way through the myths and legends shelves and soon came to realise that I had found a brilliant new kind of fix.’
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‘A new feeling emerges, a desire to bear witness to the dignity and passion of our human lives. To write with as much simple presence and transparency as possible.’