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The House where the French poets Rimbaud and Verlaine lived...
The house where Rimbaud and Verlaine lived
A house in London when the French poets Rimbaud and Verlaine lived after they fled Paris in the 1870s is up for sale, and a number of literary figures are trying to save it.

It's in Camden in north London and one of the writers hoping to having it restored is the novelist Julian Barnes, whose been so influenced by French culture in his work.

The contact for the campaign is: Gerry.Harrison@camden.gov.uk

Photographs by: Isabelle Bocon-Gibod
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