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Shelf Life: Perdita Weeks

The actress Perdita Weeks has answered our impertinent questions this week. Those who imagine her to be a romantic will be disappointed: she's very practical when it comes to love and books. She recently starred in Julian Fellowes' Titanic on ITV. 1) What are you reading at the moment? I am reading The Return of The Native by Thomas Hardy (in an attempt to make up for not doing English A-Level) and The Invisible Woman by Claire Tomalin: as I am playing Maria Ternan in the screen adaptation of the tale of Dickens' love for eighteen year old actress Nelly Ternan.
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