A sultry month: scenes of London literary life in 1846

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Robin Clark, 1992 - Authors, English - 224 pages
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User Review  - Ali - Goodreads

Heavily based on diaries and letters of the time, this is a fascinating picture of the literary scene in London 1846. The main focus is on Benjamin Haydon, but Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Thomas and Jane Carlyle are also central figures. Read full review

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User Review  - Melinda H Harrison - Goodreads

I finished this last night after months of reading on it. Not my first read, but the first time I have read it in a long time. Love this book. It's one of those fictionalized biograhies, this time about a group of artists and writers in 19th century London. The Brownings, etc. Read full review

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Thursday 18th June
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