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Making Do and Mending

Rosemary Hill: Penelope Fitzgerald’s Letters, 25 September 2008

So I Have Thought of You: The Letters of Penelope Fitzgerald 
edited by Terence Dooley.
Fourth Estate, 532 pp., £25, August 2008, 978 0 00 713640 7
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... and somewhat reluctant figure in London literary life. Not everyone who knew her, her son-in-law Terence Dooley notes cryptically in his introduction, was pleased by this transformation, but for her readers and the press it made a romantic story, the sudden emergence of a fully formed writer from the chrysalis of an elderly, somewhat dowdy-looking ...

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