Joanna Trollope, part 1

RLF Trustee Joanna Trollope speaks with Caroline Sanderson about how Freudian psychology changed fiction, updating Jane Austen, taking children seriously in her writing and being inspired by 'preoccupying situations'.

Episode: 277
Date: 16-07-2020
Length: 21:41
Joanna Trollope, part 1
Image credit: Barker Evans

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