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  Oxford Literary Festival 06 Apr 2004  
When you think of Oxford, towering spires and dons on bikes are probably high on your list. But the founders of the Oxford Literary Festival are keen that the city, in its many guises, becomes better known.

Angela Prysor-Jones and Sally Dunsmore have published a book, Oxford: One City, Many Voices about people's different views of where they live.

It combines the writings of authors like Phillip Pullman and Barbara Trapido with the thoughts of those who visit a local drop-in centre for the homeless.

Anna McNamee went down to the centre with Sally Dunsmore to find out more.

Oxford: One City Many Voices is available through Blackwell's bookstore in Oxford, 48-51 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BQ

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