Celebrated artist reveals what she really thinks of her friends and fellow YBAs
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Charlotte and Peter Fiell, leading authorities on 20th and 21st century design, have put their London house up for sale
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An author has died. Let us begin to quote him. "Have I any posthumous last words?" Gilbert Adair asked at the end of his 1992 novel, The Death of the Author. "Not really. As I have discovered to my disappointment, death is merely the displaced name for a linguistic predicament, and I rather feel like asking for my money back – as perhaps you do too, Reader, on closing this mendacious and mischievous and meaningless book."
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