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Pamela Todd has a first class degree in English Literature and a Masters degree in the History of Art. She began her career at Punch Magazine, once edited by William Morris's great friend F.S. Ellis, and went on to work in publishing as an editor and later literary agent. She has lectured at Tate Britain and the Victoria and Albert Museum on the subject of the Arts and Crafts Movement, and has written over twelve books, including The Impressionists' Table, Bloomsbury at Home, The Pre-Raphaelites at Home and, most recently, The Arts & Crafts Companion. She lives in London.