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London Stories: Islington by Irma Kurtz

Islington is an essay taken from Irma Kurtz’s book; Dear London: Notes from the Big City. Irma Kurtz is an internationally renowned agony aunt, who worked for Nova in the mid-1960s, a UK magazine which touched on ‘taboo subjects’ for its day. A native New Jerseyan, Kurtz had settled in London after traveling in Europe […]