Sarah Waters

author, 'Paying For Guests'

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The title of Waters’ new novel is a euphemism for “lodgers,” here used by the protagonist’s family to mask the shame of taking on tenants following WWII.

Sarah Waters: The Paying Guests

The title of Waters’ new novel is a euphemism for “lodgers,” here used by the protagonist’s family to mask the shame of taking on tenants following WWII.

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