Anita, born 1928, English novelist and art historian.
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But, like any weathered artist, Brookner’s vast experience penetrates the spare frame of her novel, giving it unforeseen life.
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Anita. born 1928, British writer and art historian. Her novels include Hotel du Lac (1984), which won the Booker Prize, Brief Lives (1990), and The Next Big Thing (2002)


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