Guardian Review: The Private Diaries of Alison Uttley - 1932-1971 | Books | The Guardian

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Alison Uttley Diaries


reveal a woman of more than ordinary rage and bitterness. Most of us already know that the vintage stars of children's fiction usually turn out not to have been sweet old ladies but professional toughies who loathed anyone under 30. But whether we really benefit from learning that the creator of Little Grey Rabbit was actually a prize cow is another matter. KATHRYN HUGHES

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