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The books that bunnies bought

The library of Watership Down author Richard Adams, who died in 2016, was sold at auction in December. Among the books for sale was a complete set of first editions of Jane Austen, with an estimated value of up to £80,000, a Bible once owned by Charles II, and a 1632 Shakespeare Second Folio. There were also first editions by Charles Dickens, George Eliot, and Anthony Trollope, and from a rare copy of Lycidas, Milton’s epic poem.

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In the first issue of Writing Magazine for the New Year, we look at what's hot for 2018 as publishing insiders share their predictions for the year ahead. You can get your writing year off to a great new start with advice for all writers - whether you write crime, romance, fantasy, poetry, historical fiction or for children, we've got something in this issue to help and inspire you. • Our star interview is the queen of dynasty sagas, the great Barbara Taylor Bradford. • Keep up to date with the latest opportunities to sell your work and see it in print, and win £58,142 in writing prizes.

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