Sunday, 2 March 2014

Invisible Ink: No 213 - Norman Collins - Features - Books - The Independent

Invisible Ink: No 213 - Norman Collins - Features - Books - The Independent

writing is a wonderful outlet for personal passions ... It follows the fortunes of the down-at-heel tenants of No 10 Dulcimer Street, Kennington, a lodging-house sub-divided into flats; there’s the lonely landlady, the ageing Soho hostess, the world-weary Mr Josser, who manages to symbolically smash his cheap retirement clock, the doomed, adenoidal Mr Puddy, and others scraping by in 1939 London .. 

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