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Julia Sutton

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Julia Sutton is an artist and writer from East Anglia, who has lived and worked for much of her adult life in continental Europe. Following eleven years in Paris, she returned, in 1997, to her native Suffolk coast, where she now lives and writes full-time. her short stories are published in literary magazines and online; in AMBIT, HEAT Literary Journal, STAND, online at Year Zero, and in Ether books for iphone. A Sea Of Straw is her first novel.

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A Sea of Straw

A Sea of Straw


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Published on December 05, 2017 06:09 Tags: 1960s-love, art, historical-fiction, lierary-fiction, politics, portugal

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“We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.”
―from Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernières”
Julia Sutton, A Sea of Straw

“Like I've always said, love wouldn't be blind if the braille weren't so damned much fun.”
Armistead Maupin, Maybe the Moon

“I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman.”
Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own

“It's not enough to hate your enemy. You have to understand how the two of you bring each other to deep completion.”
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“Bemoan technology all you want. It expands your self-esteem and connects you in your well-pressed suit to the things that slip through the world otherwise unperceived.”
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“As for himself, when he went to go to a party, as one was sometimes obliged to, from a wish not to give offence, he walked into the middle of the room, said 'Ha! Ha!' as loud as ever he could, considered he had done his duty, and went home.”
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