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Philip Hensher

Philip Hensher Eamonn McCabe

Philip Hensher is a columnist for The Independent, an arts critic for The Spectator, and one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists. He has written one collection of short stories, a book on handwriting called The Missing Ink, and eight novels, including The Mulberry Empire, King of the Badgers, and The Northern Clemency, which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. He lives in South London and Geneva.

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Scenes from Early Life

Philip Hensher

“Beautifully packed with detail . . . Does for Bangladesh what Rushdie did for India.” —The Sunday TimesFrom the Man Booker–short-listed...

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The Missing Ink

Philip Hensher

The loop of an “l,” the chewed-on pen, letters tiny or expansive: what we’ve lost in the error of typing and textingWhen Philip Hensher realized that he...

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King of the Badgers

Philip Hensher

Far from London’s crime and pollution, Hanmouth’s wealthier residents live in picturesque, heavily mortgaged cottages in the center of a town packed with artisanal cheese...

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