In Competition No. 3319 you were invited to supply a description of the house of a well-known figure from the field of fact or fiction that provides clues to their personality.
This assignment was prompted by Laura Freeman’s reference in a Spectator article
to ‘Great Men’s Houses’, an essay Virginia Woolf wrote for Good Housekeeping in 1932.
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