Neighboring Lives

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Carlyle, Swinburne, John Stuart Mill... Rossetti, Whistler, Lewis Carol... these and other characters come vividly to life in this extraordinary novel. Set within a few square blocks along the Thames, in Chelsea, Neighboring Lives is a glorious re-creation, based on historical fact, of the private and working lives of many of the nineteenth century's greatest writers and artists.

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Thomas Disch was a popular & prolific poet, playwright, essayist, & novelist. He is the author of many works of science fiction & the poetry collections "Dark verses & Light" & "Yes, Let's: New & Selected Poems".

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