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Published on Sep 12, 2011

PJ Harvey: 'I was just trying to survive'

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On the afternoon following her Mercury prize triumph, PJ Harvey talks to Guardian music editor Caspar Llewellyn Smith about her prize-winning album Let England Shake, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, her favourite films and Katy B

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