Riceyman steps is arnold bennetts late masterpiece on a miserly bookstore owner whose all cosuming love for money eventually leads to tragedy for himself and his newly wed wife clarity and directness is bennetts style. The real riceyman steps is now called gwynne place and leads up from kings cross road to granville square riceyman square in the book the buildings at the top the backs of numbers 33 and 34 granville square are just the same as in bennetts day riceyman steps twenty in number are divided by a half landing into two series of ten. Riceyman steps with its mundane setting for an extraordinary romance between two very unusual people still speaks to us today and as for clerkenwell nowadays it has regained the fashionable position it once held before it fell into the grinding poverty that bennett portrays
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