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The Pinecone : The Story of Sarah Losh, Forgotten Romantic Heroine--Antiquarian, Architect, and Visionary

The Pinecone : The Story of Sarah Losh, Forgotten Romantic Heroine--Antiquarian, Architect, and Visionary

The Pinecone : The Story of Sarah Losh, Forgotten Romantic Heroine--Antiquarian,
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The Pinecone : The Story of Sarah Losh, Forgotten Romantic Heroine--Antiquarian, Architect, and Visionary Hardcover - 2013

by Uglow, Jenny

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Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Used - Very Good. Former library book; may include library markings. Used book that is in excellent condition. May show signs of wear or have minor defects.
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Jenny Uglow's books include prizewinning biographies of Elizabeth Gaskell and William Hogarth. The Lunar Men, published in 2002, was described by Richard Holmes as "an extraordinarily gripping account," while Nature's Engraver won the National Arts Writers Award for 2007. A Gambling Man was short-listed for the 2010 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction. Uglow grew up in Cumbria and now lives in Canterbury, England.