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L. P. Hartley

L. P. Hartley (1895-1972) was a British writer, described by Lord David Cecil as ‘One of the most distinguished of modern novelists; and one of the most original’. His best-known work is The Go-Between, which was made into a 1970 film. Other works include The Betrayal, The Brickfield, The Boat, My Fellow Devils, A Perfect Woman and Eustace and Hilda, for which he was awarded the 1947 James Tait Black Memorial Prize. He was awarded the CBE in 1956.
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