KITCHEN, Paddy. British, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Biography. Career: Art Critic, The Times and Country Life, 1977-96. Publications: Lying-in, 1965; A Fleshly School, 1970; Linsey-Woolsey, 1971; Paradise, 1972; A Most Unsettling Person (on Patrick Geddes), 1975; Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1978; A Pillar of Cloud, 1979; Poets' London, 1980; The Golden Veil, 1981; The Way to Write Novels, 1981; Barnwell, 1985; Blue Shoe, 1988. Address: 21 & 22, Barnwell PE8 5QB, England.
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