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Rosie: Scenes from a Vanished Life

By author: Rose Tremain
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*The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller*Rose Tremain (or Rosie as she was then) grew up in post-war London - a city still partly in ruins, where both food and affection were fiercely rationed.

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In the first memoir from the author of }The Gustav Sonata{, a childhood in the austerity of post-war London occasionally enriched by visits to Tremain's grandparents' Hampshire farm, and the loss of this relative stability after a series of family deaths and a change of scene to an alienating boarding school, are reflected upon as literary beginnings essential to the development of Rose Tremain's literary presence today.