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A Life of My Own, by Claire Tomalin

This new memoir is one of my very favorite books of the year, and perhaps you recall Tomalin’s famous biographies of Hardy, Pepys, Dickens, Nelly Ternan, and Jane Austen.  This time it is her life.  The story is hard to excerpt, but here is one bit: The day [for our lunch] came, and I realized […] The post A Life of My Own, by Claire Tomalin appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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