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Close shot of Gillian Tindall.

Close shot of Gillian Tindall.
Close shot of Gillian Tindall.
Close shot of Gillian Tindall.
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Gillian Tindall is a British writer. Among her better-known works are City of Gold: Biography of Bombay and Celestine: Voices from a French Village. Her novel Fly Away Home won the Somerset Maugham Award in 1972. Tindall's book The House by the Thames (2006) is about the house built at 49 Bankside in London in 1710 and the buildings that preceded it on the site. The house has served as a home for coal merchants, an office, a boarding house, a hangout for derelicts and once again as a private residence in the 1900s. It has been erroneousely assumed to be where Sir Christopher Wren resided during the construction of St Paul's Cathedral, and other presumed residents of older buildings on the site include Catherine of Aragon and William Shakespeare. Gillian Tindall has constructed a moving and compelling portrait of a hard working social and republican man and his turbulent times in France, Paris and in England. She was born on 4 May 1938.

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