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Alison Light

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Alison Light is the author of Forever England: Femininity, Literature and Conservatism between the Wars and edited Virginia Woolf's Flush for Penguin Classics. She has worked at the BBC and lectured at London University. She is currently a part-time Professor at the Raphael Samuel History Centre in the University of East London and also teaches in the School of English at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She is a contributor to the London Review of Books.

Books by Alison Light

A Radical Romance

The extraordinary story of an unconventional marriage. A mesmerizing meditation on love and loss

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Common People

A deeply absorbing history from the author of Mrs Woolf and the Servants that explores the fantasies and fascinations of family history

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Mrs Woolf and the Servants

Creativity and those who make it possible - examined by one of today's most interesting and controversial British cultural historians

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