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UEA Live: Diana Evans

Join journalist, critic and author Diana Evans as she discusses her bestselling novels, including Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlisted novel Ordinary People.

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Wednesday 21st October, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

  • In Conversation
  • Online event

Free

About the Event

Join journalist, critic and author Diana Evans as she discusses her bestselling novels, including Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlisted novel Ordinary People. The event is chaired by Jean McNeil, Professor of Creative Writing at UEA.

UEA Live is open to all, and the move online means even more people can access talks and debates with a host of amazing authors.

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About the Book

Ordinary People
Ordinary People

Diana Evans

Publisher:Vintage Publishing

Publication date:7 Mar 2019

ISBN:9781784707248

3.92 out of 5
6 reviews
"(a) relatable tale of love and dissatisfaction"
Metro
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The Guardian
"Ordinary People is a very funny book. But you’d better like your comedy acrid, bitter and spicy"
Evening Standard
"Evans’s prose is always magnificent, composed and unshowy"
The Daily Telegraph
"Evans excels, bringing to vivid life a capacious social world while simultaneously commenting on it"
The New York Times
"A love story, a horror, a page-turner"
Irish Times