Rare Victorian postcards show Cornwall as Poldark saw it | Daily Mail Online

 

When he was 17 years old, Poldark creator Winston Graham moved to Perranporth, Cornwall, where he lived for 34 years. He had wanted to be a writer from an early age and, following the death of his father, he was supported by his mother while he wrote novels at home in longhand and attempted to get them published.

Source: Rare Victorian postcards show Cornwall as Poldark saw it | Daily Mail Online

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