Interrupted Lives: In Literature

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National Portrait Gallery Publications, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 96 pages
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Innovative and thought-provoking, this is an original look at the literary reputations of some of our greatest writers whose lives and careers were cut short and questions, if they had lived, How might their writing have changed? Would their reputations have grown or diminished? What would be their impact today?

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Contents

Contributors
8
Shelley Undrowned
23
The Life of Edward Thomas
37
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

ANDREW MORTON is one of the world's best-known biographers and a leading authority on modern celebrity. His groundbreaking 1992 biography revealed the secret world of Princess Diana, prompting Tina Brown to declare in "The Diana Chronicles," "The journalist Morton most reminds me of is Bob Woodward." "Diana: Her True Story" became a #1 "New York Times" bestseller, as did "Monica's Story," Morton's portrait of the young woman behind the blue dress in the Clinton White House. The winner of numerous awards, including Author of the Year by the British Book Awards and Scoop of the Year by the London Press Club, he lives in London and has traveled extensively in the U.S., Canada, and Europe in his research for this biography.

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