Susanna Clarke to return to writing 16 years after “Strange and Norrell”

Guardian article here. “Clarke’s debut, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, took her more than 10 years to write. Running to more than 1,000 pages, it is set in an alternative version of 19th-century England, where magic has almost – but not quite – faded into the past. Published in 2004, it took the world by storm, selling more than 4m copies, winning prizes including the Hugo and World Fantasy awards, and was adapted by the BBC in 2015.”

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