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The LRB at 40: On LondonRosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair
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The LRB at 40: On London

Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair

As part of our series of events marking the 40th anniversary of the LRB, longtime contributors Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair talked to the LRB’s digital editor, Sam Kinchin-Smith, about London, through the lens of pieces they've written for the paper.

Recorded at the London Review Bookshop on 15 October 2019.

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