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Lovely continuation of the London trilogy. I found it interesting, telling and almost unbearably poignant that Hughes wrote of her life up to her marriage and then started this last memoir after the death of her beloved. Put me in mind of Donne ('twere profanation of our joys...) and made me long for a dose of British reserve in my daily papers. Hughes wrote vividly, accessibly and well. I adored this book as I adored the first three. Highly recommended.
Review: A London Family Between The WarsUser Review - Goodreads
After the death of her husband in a traffic accident, Molly Hughes and her three sons moved to Cuffley, a small town outside of London. And this volume is about life in a small English town, building ...
Mary Vivian Hughes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... of four lively memoirs, A London Child of the 1870s, A London Girl of the 1880s, A London Home in the 1890s, and A London Family Between the Wars. ...
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NOTES AND QUERIES. FOR READERS AND WRITERS, COLLECTORS AND LIBRARIANS. Vol. 179. No. 13. SEPTEMBER 28, 1940. SIXPENCE. SOME OXFORD BOOKS FOR OCTO ...
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