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Y is for Yourcenar, Marguerite | Memoirs of Hadrian | From the Slightly Foxed archives

Y is for Yourcenar, Marguerite | From the Slightly Foxed archives

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Greetings from Hoxton Square, where we’ve been leafing through the magazine’s ever-growing archive and selected another article for all readers to enjoy for free.

We hope you’ll join us as we travel back in history – to both Slightly Foxed, Issue 2 and to the second century AD – with Caroline Chapman on the novel she considers to be Marguerite Yourcenar’s masterpiece, Memoirs of Hadrian.

Please find a link below to read the full article. And scroll down for some further reading recommendations from Slightly Foxed.

With best wishes, as ever, from the SF office staff
Jennie, Anna, Hattie & Jess

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