Author: Roy Strong
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About this book:
What Literary Review says:
“Above all, Strong’s diaries are an exercise in ‘life-illusion’, to use John Cowper Powys’s coinage: ‘that secret dramatic way of regarding himself which makes [a man] feel to himself a remarkable, singular, unusual, exciting individual’.” — Richard Davenport-Hines
About the author:
Edmund Gordon writes for a wide variety of publications, including the Guardian, Observer, London Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, and Sunday Times. In 2012 he received a Jerwood Award for non-fiction from the Royal Society of Literature. He lives in London, and teaches literature and creative writing at King's College London.
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