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Cambridge days

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CAM, the magazine for Cambridge alumni, profiles biographer and publisher Nicola Beauman who founded Persephone Books. She gets all misty eyed about the architecture students of her epoch. ‘The man I fell in love with is an architect, Nick Lacey, so I hung out with some of the exceptional architects in his year like Robin Nicholson, Spencer de Grey and Peregrine Bryant.’ Ah, halcyon days … although evidently the gilt wore off, since her second husband was an economist. Evidently nobody told her that an architect is not just for Cambridge.

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