WILLIAM SOMERSET MAUGHAM

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Somerset Maugham (1874-1965), after attending the Faculty of Medicine at King's College London, devoted himself to literature. Author of plays and novels, he met success in 1914 with "Of Human Bondage" which was followed by other books translated worldwide, including "The Moon and Sixpence", inspired by the life of Paul Gauguin, and "The Razor's Edge". He had an adventurous life and he normally spent the last period of his life at the Grand Hotel Gardone before reaching Venice, where he used to stay at the Gritti. Hard to say whether the writer has drawn inspiration from the landscape of Lake Garda, but certainly he was fascinated.

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