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Fiona MacCarthy's Last Curtsey: The End of the Debutantes is a wonderful snapshot of a moment in history - the final swansong for the debutantes and an era of aristocratic British social history.
With her widely acclaimed book Eric Gill, published in 1989, Fiona MacCarthy established herself as one of the leading writers of biography in Britain. This was followed by William Morris (1994), which won several literary awards including the Wolfson History Prize and was described by A.S. Byatt as 'one of the finest biographies ever published in this country.' Byron: Life and Legend (2002), was described as 'one of the great literary biographies of our time', by The Independent on Sunday. Fiona MacCarthy writes regularly for the Guardian and lives in Derbyshire.