Francis Spufford: the 18th century novel

From Saturday Morning, 10:09 am on 6 August 2016
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Francis Spufford is a British writer whose books include The Child That Books Built (2002), Red Plenty (2010) and Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense (2013). His latest book, Golden Hill (Faber), is an historical novel set in 1746 New York.

Listen here to Kim Hill's 2014 interview with Francis Spufford about his earlier books.