Ambrosia and small beer: the record of a correspondence between Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall
The letters are on every conceivable subject, they are packed with social gossip, with criticism and comment on the classics and the contemporary arts. They provide a vvaluable supplement to the social and cultural history of the day. Hassell who died in 1963, set the letters in a commentary, giving brief explanatory and biographical notes.
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THE OPENING PROSPECT I
LONDON IN WAR
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