A house filled with literary associations
Lamb House is an elegant red-brick Georgian building in the historic town of Rye, East Sussex. From the time it was built by wine merchant James Lamb in the early 1720s, it has been home to authors, artists and teachers.
For the first time, this guidebook brings together research about the lives of those who owned, lived in and shaped this house, including Anglo-American author Henry James and E. F. Benson, creator of the Mapp and Lucia series.
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