Necessary Secrets: The Journals of Elizabeth Smart

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Deneau, 1986 - Authors, Canadian - 285 pages
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User Review  - Elisabeth Winkler - Goodreads

A writer's journal. The horrible struggle of not writing. But it makes you realise even writing about not writing (and descriptively so as Smart does) is writing practice. I read a few pages every day ... Read full review

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Beautifully written but I struggled to maintain interest. Read full review

Contents

Sweden and Germany 1933
21
Around the World with Mrs Watt 19361937
85
Ceylon Egypt and Palestine 1937
126
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Elizabeth Smart was born in Ottawa, Ontario on December 27, 1913. She attended King's College of the University of London for a year. Her titles include By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept, A Bonus, Ten Poems, Eleven Poems, the Assumption of the Rogues and Rascals and In the Mean Time. She died March 4, 1986 in London of a heart attack.

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