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Matrix by Lauren Groff  William Heinemann, £16.99, 272 pages __________ The 12th-century poet we know as Marie de France was, scholars argue, the greatest writer of short fiction before Boccaccio and Chaucer. Her lais – tantalisingly short romances written in octosyllabic couplets – are thought to rival the best that those great men had to
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The Sisters at the Daughters of Divine Charity convent, in Norfolk, run a nursery, a care home and school
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Convent in Italy to provide accommodation and care to those fleeing war
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