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the name Roland Camberton – an elusive, solitary author figure with a traditional Jewish background who published under a different name in order to “keep the shame of this literary habit from his orthodox family”.56 Of course, Lyne’s testimony leads him away from Hackney as this quest is entangled with and simultaneously unfolds the post-war pub culture in a different part of London. The social geography of Soho in those days is rendered as a “spectacular melting pot”. Lyne’s testimony then inscribes this space with the names of different pubs and evokes