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A Room Made of Leaves

What if Elizabeth Macarthur, wife of the wool baron, had written a frank and secret memoir? Kate Grenville talks to Jason Steger about what she might have thought.

A Room Made of Leaves turns historical fiction inside out. It is a stunning sleight of hand that gives the past the piercing immediacy of the present and reveals its urgent implications for our future. Kate Grenville spoke with Jason Steger about her first novel in almost 10 years


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