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21. Barbara Trapido You're Booked

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We are beyond excited and honoured to bring you this conversation with one of our all-time favourite authors Barbara Trapido! Barbara is the author of seven novels including Brother of the More Famous Jack, The Travelling Hornplayer and Frankie and Stankie. All are beautifully written, gloriously funny and incredibly moving. Barbara is a true marvel and we were thrilled to travel to her home in Oxford to talk about sex, feet, work habits and future projects.
BOOKS (CLICK TITLES FOR MORE)
Daisy Buchanan - The Sisterhood
Barbara Trapido - Brother of the More Famous Jack
Barbara Trapido - Noah’s Ark
Barbara Trapido - Juggling
Barbara Trapido - The Travelling Hornplayer
Barbara Trapido - Sex and Stravinsky
Barbara Trapido - Frankie and Stankie
Jane Gardam - Queen of the Tambourine
Jane Gardam - Bilgewater
Jane Gardam - A Long Way From Verona
Jane Gardam - Crusoe's Daughter
Jane Gardam - Old Filth
Mary Wesley - Not That Sort of Girl
Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice
Lorna Hill - A Dream of Sadlers Wells 
Noel Streatfeild - Ballet Shoes
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
Keith Gessen - A Terrible Country
Iris Murdoch - Under The Net
Heinrich Hoffmann - Der Struwwelpeter 
Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Mark Twain - Huckleberry Finn
Cicely Mary Barker - Flower Fairies
Beatrix Potter - Complete Tales
Luis Coloma - Perez The Mouse
Henry James - Portrait of a Lady
Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse
Lucy Mair - Witchcraft
Mary Douglas - Leviticus as Literature
FG Bailey - Gifts and Poisons
Yasmin Khan - Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen
Tessa Hadley - The Past
Deborah Moggach - These Foolish Things 
Elaine Dundy - The Dud Avocado
Nina Stibbe - Reasons To Be Cheerful
JRR Tolkien - The Hobbit
Peter May - China Thrillers
James Joyce - Ulysses
Shena Mackay - Orchard on Fire
Jilly Cooper - Man Who Made Husbands Jealous
Jack Newnham - Kites To Make and Fly
Nancy Mitford - The Pursuit of Love

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We are beyond excited and honoured to bring you this conversation with one of our all-time favourite authors Barbara Trapido! Barbara is the author of seven novels including Brother of the More Famous Jack, The Travelling Hornplayer and Frankie and Stankie. All are beautifully written, gloriously funny and incredibly moving. Barbara is a true marvel and we were thrilled to travel to her home in Oxford to talk about sex, feet, work habits and future projects.
BOOKS (CLICK TITLES FOR MORE)
Daisy Buchanan - The Sisterhood
Barbara Trapido - Brother of the More Famous Jack
Barbara Trapido - Noah’s Ark
Barbara Trapido - Juggling
Barbara Trapido - The Travelling Hornplayer
Barbara Trapido - Sex and Stravinsky
Barbara Trapido - Frankie and Stankie
Jane Gardam - Queen of the Tambourine
Jane Gardam - Bilgewater
Jane Gardam - A Long Way From Verona
Jane Gardam - Crusoe's Daughter
Jane Gardam - Old Filth
Mary Wesley - Not That Sort of Girl
Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice
Lorna Hill - A Dream of Sadlers Wells 
Noel Streatfeild - Ballet Shoes
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
Keith Gessen - A Terrible Country
Iris Murdoch - Under The Net
Heinrich Hoffmann - Der Struwwelpeter 
Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Mark Twain - Huckleberry Finn
Cicely Mary Barker - Flower Fairies
Beatrix Potter - Complete Tales
Luis Coloma - Perez The Mouse
Henry James - Portrait of a Lady
Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse
Lucy Mair - Witchcraft
Mary Douglas - Leviticus as Literature
FG Bailey - Gifts and Poisons
Yasmin Khan - Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen
Tessa Hadley - The Past
Deborah Moggach - These Foolish Things 
Elaine Dundy - The Dud Avocado
Nina Stibbe - Reasons To Be Cheerful
JRR Tolkien - The Hobbit
Peter May - China Thrillers
James Joyce - Ulysses
Shena Mackay - Orchard on Fire
Jilly Cooper - Man Who Made Husbands Jealous
Jack Newnham - Kites To Make and Fly
Nancy Mitford - The Pursuit of Love

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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