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Who is Anna Mendelssohn?
Anna Mendelssohn, who wrote under the name Grace Lake, was a British writer, poet and political activist. She came from a left-wing political family, was inspired by the Paris student risings in May 1968, and became a political radical in Britain.
- also known as Grace Lake
- born in (67 years ago) in United Kingdom
- died on (5 years ago)
- written works: "Implacable art", "The day the music died", "Bernache Nonnette", "Tondo aquatique", "Parasol one, parasol two, parasol avenue"
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