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Walpole's sexual orientation has been the subject of speculation.

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explore his possible homosexuality, including a passionate but ultimately unhappy love affair with the 9th Earl of Lincoln.

Some previous biographers such as Lewis, Fothergill, and Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, however, have interpreted Walpole as asexual.

At Cambridge Walpole came under the influence of Conyers Middleton, an unorthodox theologian.

Walpole came to accept the sceptical nature of Middleton's attitude to some essential Christian doctrines for the rest of his life, including a hatred of superstition and bigotry.

The family moved to a cottage near St Mellion in Cornwall where, despite a chronic lack of funds, they were swamped with invitations to every party.

Foot became women's editor of the Western Morning News and interviewed characters who represented the last vestiges of "vanishing Cornwall", like Joe Halls, who at 80 still farmed on Bodmin Moor in an ancient slate-faced farmhouse without electricity, cutting his own peat and rounding up his sheep on horseback.It was one of the great days of my life." As her publisher, Michael Williams, observed, "The secret of Sarah's success was that she caught the spirit of place and people's personalities so perfectly."In 1988 she started a social work degree but thanks to her warmth and humanity was head-hunted to work at Derriford Hospital neurology department and St Luke's Hospice in Plymouth."Wherever she went, everyone adored her," her daughter Camilla remembered, "because she made you feel you were adored."Foot was proud that her son Charlie, an expert deep sea diver, continued the family links with Jamaica, helping to clear Kingston harbour of hurricane debris and farming coffee with his uncle Oliver in the Blue Mountains.He had Strawberry Hill House built in Twickenham, south-west London, reviving the Gothic style some decades before his Victorian successors.His literary reputation rests on the first Gothic novel, The Castle of Otranto (1764), and his Letters, which are of significant social and political interest.Walpole went on the Grand Tour with Gray, but as Walpole recalled in later life: "We had not got to Calais before Gray was dissatisfied, for I was a boy, and he, though infinitely more a man, was not enough to make allowances".

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