Sunday 20 June 2010
Storytelling, politics and sex at the Shakespeare and Company festival
Martin Amis and Molly Guinness
Tony Cross
By Molly Guinness

Paris's Shakespeare and Company bookshop held a literary festival over the weekend. This year's theme was storytelling and politics. Novelists Will Self, Philip Pullman and Martin Amis talk to RFI about politics, religion and sex, while Fatima Bhutto and Emma Larkin describe writing about repressive regimes such as Pakistan and Burma.

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