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From a childhood spent in a debtors prison to his death in the arms of his wife, I, Hogarth follows the life of painter William Hogarth as he makes a name for himself and as he fights for artists with his Copyright Act. Through his lifelong marriage to Jane Thornhill, his inability to have children, his time as one of Englands best portrait painters, his old age and unfortunate dip into politics, and ultimately his death, I, Hogarth is the artists life through the artists eyes.
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Rich and persuasiveGritty, bawdy and funnyDean paints with words as Hogarth did with his brush --The New York Times Book Review
If the BBC hasnt already optioned this, it should get a move on: Hogarths life, as Dean portrays it, is an educational but sexily pleasurable costume drama waiting to happen --Publishers Weekly
Michael Dean read history at Worcester College, Oxford, and has a Masters in Applied Linguistics from Edinburgh University. He is the author of a novel, Thorn, and Chomsky: A Beginners Guide. He lives in Colchester.
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