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Redirected from Dutton Cook). Edward Dutton Cook (30 January 1829 – 11 September 1883) was an English dramatic critic and author. Cook's father was George Simon Cook of Grantham, Lincolnshire, a solicitor, of the firm of Le Blanc & Cook, 18 New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, who died on 12 September 1852, leaving a family of nine children. Edward Dutton, the second son, was born at 9 Grenville Street, Brunswick Square, London, on 30 January 1829.
Dutton’s book thereby offers its readers a double pleasure: it is a work of fiction . Once Cromwell dies and Charles II ascends the throne Margaret and her husband return to England.
Dutton’s book thereby offers its readers a double pleasure: it is a work of fiction that subtly engages with the history of fictional world-making, and always with an interest in how a Bubble-world―a fiction―might emerge from, pop, and then reintegrate into 'the foamy infrastructure' of this on. ―ASAP/Journal. Danielle Dutton's novel, Margaret the First, published by Catapult, is a literary page-turner, which explores Cavendish's adventurous life, weaving historical details into a spool of crafted, poetic prose.