Books: The Trials of a Family Man ; Charles Darwin's Great-Great-Grandson Has Written a Poignant Account of a Devastating Episode in the Scientist's Life, Says Mark Bostridge
Bostridge, Mark, The Independent (London, England)
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Lamb has no one; she prefers it that way. Once hospitalised, then homeless, she now cleans other people's houses, and lives secretly in an elderly client's cellar. Her mental health may tighten but will not snap; Lamb has secrets, and scars to prove it, and the price of falling is perilously high. "Best to be alone... You want no one hanging on your arm or your heart because then …
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Publication information: Article title: Books: The Trials of a Family Man ; Charles Darwin's Great-Great-Grandson Has Written a Poignant Account of a Devastating Episode in the Scientist's Life, Says Mark Bostridge. Contributors: Bostridge, Mark - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: April 29, 2001. Page number: 31,32. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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