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The Butcher TwinsEarlier today Jill Butcher, who’s in charge of marketing for the LRB, took part in Damien Hirst’s identical twins installation, part of the Pop Life exhibition at Tate Modern. (Jill’s the one on the right; her sister Emily’s on the left.)

Meanwhile, this evening, Nicholas Spice will be chairing a discussion at the London Review Bookshop between Jeremy Harding, John Lanchester and Mary-Kay Wilmers on the subject of writing family history.

Comments on “Family Histories”

  1. Great concept – love it! It’s always interesting to see how two people with the same biological make up forge such different paths in life.

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