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Margaret Spufford – living is a creative act until you die

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I’m a great fan of obituaries – one of the few aspects of newspapers that seem to see people as a whole. I met Margaret Spufford a few times when she and I were much younger and she was a lovely person. What her life illustrates is how living is a creative act until you die.

Margaret Spufford loved truth, loved people, loved to laugh – despite it all | Andrew Brown | Comment is free | theguardian.com.

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Written by Malcolm Payne

3 June 2014 at 12:05 pm

Posted in death and living

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