Several Strangers: Writing from Three Decades

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Penguin, Nov 30, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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SEVERAL STRANGERS collects together the best of Claire Tomalin's literary pieces over a period of thirty years and - through three long, splendidly written 'introductions' - tells of the author's own involvement in literary journalism during that time. The result is a fascinating account of how a woman was able to survive in the male world of books and newspapers. Along the way there are brilliant portraits of Martin Amis, Andrew Neill and Julian Barnes amongst others.

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APPRENTICESHIP
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review of Save Me the Waltz by Zelda
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reappraisal of Letters to Imlay by Mary
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About the author (2000)

The former literary editor of both the New Statesman and the Sunday Times, Claire Tomalin has written a series of highly praised and very successful biographies, most recently her bestselling life of JANE AUSTEN. She is currently working on a major life of Pepys, to be published by Viking in 2001. She lives in Camden Town with her husband Michael Frayn.