Sue Peebles & Emily Woof

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In her debut novel, The Whole Wide Beauty, the actress Emily Woof tells the story of how a woman’s complex relationship with her dying father is complicated by her passionate affair with the ill man’s protégé. Sue Peebles’s debut novel, The Death of Lomand Friel, charts the complex emotional terrain of a successful woman and her relationship with her father, who has just had a stroke. THE DIFFICULT MOMENT WHEN A LOVED ONE NEARS DEATH

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Emily Woof at the Writer's Retreat

6 Aug 2010

The ex-actress conducts a deep involvement with language

Emily Woof first graced Edinburgh nude and on a trapeze for a trilogy of one-woman Fringe plays, under the Sex umbrella. And throughout The Whole Wide Beauty (the debut novel by The Full Monty and Wondrous Oblivion star), the loss of physical expression…

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