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Jacqueline Kent discloses some of her sources, and the understandings gleaned from those sources, in the writing of Hephzibah Menuhin's biography. Kent concludes: 'Meeting generous-spirited people who are willing to share difficult and painful aspects of their lives with you is sometimes, I believe, one of the biographer's great privileges'.

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