Ambrosia and small beer: the record of a correspondence between Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall

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Longmans, 1964 - Autobiography - 374 pages
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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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Contents

THE OPENING PROSPECT I
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COUNTRY HOUSES
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LONDON IN WAR
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Copyright

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