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‘They say: Are you a termite? Cos you’re about to get a mouthful of wood. You say: Are you a

‘What nightmare stops Lord Byron dozing? The ghastly sound of bookshops closing.’ Title: Dawn of the Unread Author: Various Genre:

‘I ate the end of my piece of cheese and took a swallow of wine. Through the other noise I

‘‘If I could take what I’ve learned and make one menial job easier for you, or prevent you from having

TITLE: After Mrs Rochester AUTHOR: Polly Teale GENRE: Romantic Screenplay PUBLISHER: Nick Hern Books PUBLISHED: 2003 PAGES: 96 Impact Arts

‘What was ugly can become beautiful in an instant. Peace is all around us. The slogan says:                Birdseye-in-Furness: The

‘I’m fine. I just…’ I could see his pale collar, his dark suit jacket a contrast against it. ‘I don’t

‘Mother says that people like me just become intellectual old maids,’ I told him. ‘I don’t see why,’ he protested.

‘Because survival is insufficient’ ~ p 58 TITLE: Station Eleven AUTHOR: Emily St. John Mandel GENRE: Literary Fiction PUBLISHER: Picador

“And I walk downstairs, dragging my mouth into a smile so that I can look normal. It’s important that I