Book Discussion with Francis Spufford
Book TV’s Peter Slen interviewed Francis Spufford in London about his works and about being a practicing Christian in a largely… read more
Book TV’s Peter Slen interviewed Francis Spufford in London about his works and about being a practicing Christian in a largely secular country.
Francis Spufford is the author of five books, including a historical fiction book, entitled Red Plenty. His non-fiction books are: I May Be Some Time: Ice and the English Imagination; The Child That Books Built; Backroom Boys: The Secret Return of the British Boffin; and Unapologetic. close
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