Edwin Arnold's House
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By day, Victorian author Edwin Arnold was a leading light at the Daily Telegraph, rising to editor-in-chief. But his horizons stretched far beyond Fleet Street. From this fine red brick house in Kensington, he dedicated himself to bringing Eastern philosophies to a wider audience, with works such as his famous 'Light of Asia'.
30 Bolton Gardens
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