Still Life: Big-hearted story is a joyful celebration of people and their imperfections

With echoes of de Bernières, Trapido and EM Forster, Sarah Winman has written a charming novel that is also about the joy and fulfilment that art and culture can bring to our everyday lives

25th July, 2021
Still Life: Big-hearted story is a joyful celebration of people and their imperfections
Sarah Winman: her fourth novel is an absolute joy from first page to last

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Still Life

By Sarah Winman

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