Describes 45 manuscripts and manuscript groupings, including notes, drafts, and fair copies, from the earliest poems, plays, and novels from her youth to the decade of gardening columns which sealed her reputation. With insight to her relationships with her husband Harold Nicolson, Violet Trefusis, Virginia Woolf, and others.
67pp., 5 ½ x 8 ½, 4 color photographs. Paperback, $25.
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