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Hot-house by G E Trevelyan
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by G E Trevelyan

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"Reading Gertrude Trevelyan's Hothouse. I desperately want to write an Oxford novel - but I must see first that my emotions are simmered down fairly well." (Diary entry, 4 September 1933.) (Pym, A very private eye. Macmillan, 1984. p. 25.)
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