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November 16th, 2009

Bristol University Supports Belle de Jour

The identity of the woman who writes Belle de Jour has finally been revealed. As it turns out, she is a research scientist who supposedly turned call girl to pay for her education. Dr. Brooke Magnanti, who works at the Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information, revealed that she is the mysterious London call girl. So, one of the literary (if we can call it that) world's most sought after secrets is revealed.


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