Articles By Francesca Segal
 
April 2013
Two recently translated European novellas, by Sophie Divry and Brigit Vanderbeke, are wonderful examples of this short literary form
 
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September 2012
After a seven-year hiatus, Zadie Smith returns with her fourth novel, NW. It is in turn vivid, angry and surprising
 
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January 2009
You want it, you deserve it! That's the misleading message of a thousand self-help guides to instant bliss
 
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About Francesca Segal

Francesca Segal has written for Granta, the Daily Telegraph, the Observer, the Financial Times and the Jewish Chronicle. She is currently a features writer at Tatler, and is the Observer's Debut Fiction columnist.

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