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They 'disliked Georgian architecture because it was identified with the enclosure movement ... their preferred style was Elizabethan: half-timbered and gabled'.
Jane Ridley on the houses Edwardian Liberals built.
An author bought a diary on eBay. By a stroke of luck, it formerly belonged to Dora Maar, Picasso's Weeping Woman. Her address book was still tucked inside. What a starting point for a biography, but oh! did I despair of the exclamation marks! https://literaryreview.co.uk/the-art-of-deduction @Lit_Review
Whitman 'licensed poets to place themselves centre stage in their prose, from Adrienne Rich in "What is Found There" to Susan Howe in her prose-poetry hybrids.'
In his memoir, Mark Doty replicates Walt Whitman's 'aesthetic of intimacy', says @nemoloris.