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Credit: Evening Standard/Getty Images Margaret Drabble in the study of her London home in 1974.

Credit: Evening Standard/Getty Images Margaret Drabble in the study of her London home in 1974.

Martin Amis British novelist.

Key workers: writers at their typewriters - in pictures

Martin Amis British novelist.

Armed with a flask of coffee, Dahl would head for the hut at around 10.30am and write until lunchtime and a gin and tonic at midday. After a break for reading he would clock in again around 4pm for a couple more hours, though never for too long, as he maintained that a writer couldn't work 'particularly long hours because he can't - he becomes inefficient' Photograph: Harpercollins

Gallery: Roald Dahl

Armed with a flask of coffee, Dahl would head for the hut at around 10.30am and write until lunchtime and a gin and tonic at midday. After a break for reading he would clock in again around 4pm for a couple more hours, though never for too long, as he maintained that a writer couldn't work 'particularly long hours because he can't - he becomes inefficient' Photograph: Harpercollins

Umberto Eco in his library

Umberto Eco in his library

Author and TED Global speaker Elif Shafak on freedom of expression, depression and patriarchy

Elif Shafak: 'I believe I'm not a good wife but I'm OK with that'

Author and TED Global speaker Elif Shafak on freedom of expression, depression and patriarchy

Author W. Somerset Maugham Sitting at Desk in the Study of His Villa Mauresque Premium Photographic Print - at AllPosters.com.au

Author W. Somerset Maugham Sitting at Desk in the Study of His Villa Mauresque Premium Photographic Print - at AllPosters.com.au

H G Wells at writing desk British author and sociologist

H G Wells At Writing Desk British Author And Sociologist , 1866 1946

H G Wells at writing desk British author and sociologist

Muriel Spark

Literary Edinburgh

Muriel Spark

By Jack Durish: I’M STARTING FROM the wrong end of the book. At least that’s what Mickey Spillane told me.

By Jack Durish: I’M STARTING FROM the wrong end of the book. At least that’s what Mickey Spillane told me.

This is so Boxcar Children.

This is so Boxcar Children.

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