Frances Wilson is an author, biographer and critic, whose works include The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth. Her most recent book is How to Survive the Titanic, or the Sinking of J Bruce Ismay. She reviews for the TLS, the Telegraph and the New Statesman.

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Cultural Capital
24 October 2014
Semi-detached family.
Cultural Capital
03 September 2014
Dizzyingly good.
Cultural Capital
31 July 2014
Huge levels of hype.
Cultural Capital
30 April 2014
Tussle with the Russell.
Cultural Capital
03 April 2014
Drowning in Africa.
Cultural Capital
20 March 2014
How Lark Rise rose.
Culture
19 December 2013
Objectophiles and normality.
Culture
05 December 2013
Heathcliff and the angry young men.
Books
21 November 2013
A Little History of Literature.
Books
17 October 2013
No need to take your lobster for a walk.
Books
14 February 2008
One evening, as they were preparing for dinner, a young woman seized a knife and stabbed her mother to death. She had...
Books
04 October 2007
Not all the "Bright Young People" who dominated the celebrity pages in the latter half of the 1920s had brightness or...
Books
13 September 2007
According to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's university mentor, Professor Joseph Bell, who later became the model for Sherlock...

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