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How and What and Why do Writers Write?

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2 Sept 2013
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Speaker: William Shawcross, Jung Chang, Erica Jong, Sir David Tang

Moderated by Sir David Tang, the Hong Kong Book Fair’s Open Public Forum spotlights American writer Erica Jong and British writers Jung Chang and William Shawcross. Ms Jong is famous for her first novel Fear of Flying, which has sold 27 million copies. Dr Chang is best known forWild Swans: Three Daughters of China; her books have been translated into more than 40 languages. The books of Mr Shawcross include The Queen Mother, the official biography of Queen Elizabeth.

Industry: Books & Printed Items
Region: North America, Western Europe, Hong Kong
Topic: People, Publications, Seminars, Leisure & recreation, Trade fair
Keyword: American writer, Erica Jong, British writers, Jung Chang, William Shawcross, Fear of Flying, Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China, the Queen Mother, the official biography of Queen Elizabeth, Sir David Tang, author, People, Publications, Seminars, Leisure & recreation, Trade fair

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