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Lettice Cooper's writing career spans both sides of the Second World War. Author of twenty novels which deal with human relationships as responsive to the social and cultural conditions of her day, many of them set in the north of England (as well as in Italy), she has generally been regarded as too serious a writer to be termed a regional novelist. She was also well-known as a writer of children's stories and of popular biographies, some of them aimed at a young adult readership.
3 September 1897 LC was born at 133 Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire, her parents' eldest child. Bibliographic Citation link.
1904 As a child LC wrote (but did not finish) a historical novel in the family laundry book. Bibliographic Citation link.
By mid-June 1938 Lettice Cooper published National Provincial, an industrial novel that subsequently became one of her three texts reissued in 1968 to meet, said Gollancz, popular demand. Bibliographic Citation link.
24 July 1994 LC died at Coltishall Hall, Wroxham Road, Coltishall, Norfolk. Bibliographic Citation link.
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