Articles By Susan Hill
 
December 2012
Sixty years ago I was subjected to systematic verbal and physical abuse by a boy called Michael. I have never forgotten the fear I felt
 
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September 2009
The excitement of learning has been lost in our schools. It's time to end the intellectual poverty of the national curriculum
 
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June 2009
For our children’s sake, we should follow the Trappist monks and turn off everything, including ourselves, once in a while
 
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January 2009
I have been inundated with emails from GCSE and A-level students who want me to spoonfeed answers on their set texts
 
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About Susan Hill

Susan Hill is a writer, playwright, and literary critic. Her novels have been translated into many languages and have won the Whitbread and Somerset Maugham awards, and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

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