Philip Hensher

West’s World: The Extraordinary Life of Dame Rececca West, by Lorna Gibb — review

<em>Philip Hensher</em> explains how Rebecca West’s remarkably liberated attitude to life cost her dear

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Philip Hensher
Philip Hensher is professor of Creative Writing at Bath Spa University and the author of 11 novels including A Small Revolution in Germany.

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