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Excitable readers will be waiting with baited breath for the latest biography of Frank Lloyd Wright to hit the shelves. Astragal, for one, can’t wait. The reason for this sweaty-palmed excitement is that this ain't any ordinary book, oh no. The Fellowship, is, according to reports, a steamy saucepot of an architectural bonkbuster. Page eight sees the authors – Roger Friedland and Harold Zellman – describing the teenage Lloyd Wright ...

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