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A VARIED literature programme took in everything from the stories offered by video games to the academic rigour of Andrew Tate’s seminars on tragedy and comedy. Tate was assisted by readings from Simon Jones and the writer Deborah Fielding, who also discussed how her own works had been inspired by Edward Hopper’s paintings.
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