Four questions for...Liz Calder on The English Patient

On 8th July, Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient was named the Golden Booker winner; the best novel to have won the prize in its 50-year history. Liz Calder, co-founder of Bloomsbury publishing, tells Natasha Onwuemezi how the business came to sign the book, and the reason for its enduring appeal. How did you come to buy The English Patient? Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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