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AB: Only because I was told to from college or something like that. AB: Yeah, she would have recommended things to me. How did you go about that? AB: Yeah. AB: Yes, yes.
Jane Eyre, David Copperfield were the ones I read the most frequently. AB: Oh a lot.
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SR: Of Graham Greene? They were mostly when I was at college in the sixties.
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When you say you started reading when you went into the sixth form and you read ones that were linked to your subjects initially, did you get any books from elsewhere apart from the library? When I was 15 I moved across to City Grammar, for the sixth form, and that is when I became friendly with a girl who was doing literature and so was very much more into proper books [chuckles], adult books.
SR: That in Berlin? I can remember I did read a lot of them. No longer there. SR: And historical novels? Why do you think they made such an impression on you? So I would guess then.
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