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Essays & Memoir|Granta 158
‘I don’t think we have quite processed yet what those months of isolation did to us – a time of fear and daily death tolls and also of unprecedented curtailment of our freedom of movement. But there were consolations.’
Editor Sigrid Rausing introduces the issue.
The Starlings of Dunmore Died on the Eleventh of July
‘Black was thrown / in all directions.’