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31 Songs: Your views
Nick Hornby
Hornby has covered a wide range of artists
Nick Hornby's latest book is not a novel but a collection of essays on pop music.

31 Songs looks at the tracks that have affected the music-loving novelist, famous for his books High Fidelity and About a Boy.

The book includes essays on a wide range of artists, including The Beatles, Patti Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Teenage Fanclub and Aimee Mann.

What do you think of Hornby's book? Is it entertaining ? Do you agree with his choices? What would be some of your 31 Songs?




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27 Feb 03 |  Entertainment



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