Maggie O’Farrell on Childhood, Art, Money, and Marriage in 16th-Century Florence
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In this episode, Andrew talks to Maggie O’Farrell, author of The Marriage Portrait, about childhood, art, money, and marriage in 16th-century Florence.
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MAGGIE O’FARRELL was born in Northern Ireland in 1972. Her novels include Hamnet (winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award), After You’d Gone, The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, The Hand That First Held Mine (winner of the Costa Novel Award), and Instructions for a Heatwave. She has also written a memoir, I Am, I Am, I Am: Seventeen Brushes with Death. She lives in Edinburgh.