Sleeping Letters review The Tablet

Sleeping Letters reviewed in The Tablet.

“In what is the most striking feature of a book that is part-poetry, part-prose, part-memoir, part-performance and part-spiritual reflection (one fan, the artist and author Edmund de Waal, has likened it to “a kind of dance”), she brings unity to all the different aspects with an account in verse, threaded through the pages, of the ritual of the Eucharist.”

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