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Katherine Cooper tells the untold story of the work done by British writers to save their European colleagues during World War Two.
She shows how H.G. Wells, Rebecca West and J.B. Priestley all became intertwined with the lives of writers fleeing persecution on the continent. Katherine peeps into drawing rooms, scrutinises the correspondence and draws on the fiction of key literary figures to explore crucial allegiances formed in wartime London. Why did these British writers believe that by saving Europe’s literary voices they were saving Europe itself?
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