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Fiction prescription: Newly single

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Are you recovering from a recent break-up? Below, School of Life book therapist Ella Berthoud recommends a reading list for the newly single. For more information, read our interview with Ella.

How to download your fiction prescription:

Windows XP: Choose the fiction prescription(s) you want to download from the selection below and click once to view in your browser or right click and choose 'save link as' to download the file to a personal folder.

Apple Mac: Choose the fiction prescription(s) you want to download from the selection below and click to download the file at the bottom of each page. Save the file to a personal folder.

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