Julian MacLaren-Ross

Of Love and Hunger
  • Of Love and Hunger

  • The key literary figure in the pubs of post-war Fitzrovia, Maclaren-Ross pulled together his dispersed energies to write two great books: the posthumously published Memoirs of the Forties and this spectacular novel of the Depression, Of Love and Hunger - harsh, vivid, louche and slangy it deserves a permanent place alongside Coming Up for Air and Hangover Square.

Julian Maclaren-Ross (1912-1964) is best known for his novel OF LOVE AND HUNGER and his MEMOIRS OF THE FORTIES.

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