Julian Maclaren-Ross

Front cover of the first edition (1947) of this novel.

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

Maclaren-Ross (left) pictured outside Greenleaves, a house on the outskirts of Bognor Regis. Next to him is his landlord and friend, C.K. Jaeger (right) and Jaeger's daughter, Karel, c.1940. (Copyright: the Estate of C.K. Jaeger)

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

Front cover of the first edition (1946) of this novella. 

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

Monica Foster, Maclaren-Ross's girlfriend between 1943 and 1948. This photo was taken c.1948. (Copyright the Estate of Sheila Cutforth)

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

The Promenade de Anglais, Nice, c.1920.

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

Monica Foster, Maclaren-Ross's girlfriend between 1943 and 1948. This photo was taken c.1948. (Copyright the Estate of Sheila Cutforth)

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C.K. Jaeger, seen here in old age, holding one of Maclaren-Ross's canes. (Copyright: the Estate of Roger Dobson)

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

The novelist and screenwriter, Philip Lindsay (left). Alongside Dylan Thomas, he was a wartime colleague of Maclaren-Ross's at Strand Films, a prominent documentary film company based in Golden Square, Soho. The picture was taken in Regent's Park during the 1930s.(Copyright: the Estate of Cressida Lindsay)

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

The Promenade des Anglais, Nice, c.1930. 

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The South Norwood birthplace of Maclaren-Ross.

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

La Canabiere, Marseilles, c. 1925. 

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Julian Maclaren-Ross

Illustration from "News From the Lesser Burrows", a 1947 children's book that featured a portrait of Maclaren-Ross in the guise of a badger.

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Maclaren-Ross's sister, Carol, seen here with her husband, Ernest Miller. Their elopement caused a family rift. (Copyright: Judith Bourne)

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