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The Cat’s Table over the radiowaves

Posted on 20 September 2011 by Alice

Catch me this Saturday 24th on the very wonderful Talking of Books show on Dubai Eye, 103.8.

We’ll be discussing The Cat’s Table by Michael Ondaatje –

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which I have to say is turning out to be one of the most gorgeously written books I’ve ever read.

Cat's Table

Lovely book!

Here’s a little bit of official praise for the title:

‘One of the most innovative and liberating writers of our time.’ Guardian

‘His prose is both vigorous and wonderfully serene… Ondaatje’s language is of such riveting beauty that one is made to stop and stare.’ Observer

‘Eloquent, oblique, witty, full of light and feeling. Ondaatje’s knowledge of the fragility and luck of life is very clear. So, too, is the grace and originality of his prose.’ New Yorker

‘His writing is consistently tuned to a visionary pitch.’ Graham Swift

Ondaatje was born in Sri Lanka then moved to England and went to school in South London (I miss Balham!). He now lives in Canada and has written five other novels, including The English Patient that won the Booker Prize (1992).

I won’t talk too much more about it, because you’ll have to tune in on Saturday!

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