The Fiorella Files Episode 7 – Sissay, Richman & Charles Dickens

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Fiorella Files Episode 7 – Sissay, Richman & Charles Dickens

My Name is Why – Lemn Sissay

Lemn was always told by his foster parents that his Ethiopian mother had abandoned him and returned to her native country shortly after his birth. Abandoned by his foster parents at twelve years old and condemned to six years in increasingly repressive and abusive institutions, this is his story. But is it just another contribution to the Mis Lit genre? Tune in to find out.

Nicholas Nickleby Charles Dickens

This extraordinary novel needs no introduction. Filled with memorable characters from the odious Whackford Squeers to the warm-hearted drudge, Smike, Dickens’ early novel is one of the great ‘novels of change’ of the nineteenth century.

The Velvet Hours Alyson Richman

Some years ago, the door of an abandoned Paris apartment was opened to reveal the perfectly preserved dwelling of a nineteenth century courtesan. Nothing had been touched, down to the bundles of love letters in the bureau and the little bottles of expensive perfume. This is the novel inspired by that extraordinary find, in which two women of different generations, fight for survival in a beautiful but unforgiving world.

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