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Straight off the back of Oscar success for Jennifer Lawrence, Thn have caught up with best-selling novelist Matthew Quick, author of The Silver Linings Playbook to have a quick chat about his thoughts on the adaption, the success, what it’s all meant and – of course – what’s next.

Considering The Weinstein Brothers bought the rights to the book before it was published, did the involvement of Hollywood have an effect on the book itself?

“None whatsoever. My editor at Fsg, Sarah Crichton, and I only did a very light edit, which was not informed at all by Hollywood. The most interesting change was the switch from “My Cherie Amour” to Kenny G’s “Songbird.” We had to switch Pat’s trigger song in the book because we were refused the rights to print Stevie Wonder’s lyrics. David O. Russell didn’t even know the change had been made, »

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