Henry Handel Richardson (pseud.), Clive T. Probyn, Bruce Steele, Rachel Solomon, Patrick Nathaniel O'Neill
Miegunyah Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 808 pages
Final of a 3-volume edited collection of letters of Ethel Richardson, who wrote under the pen name of Henry Handel Richardson and whose publications included 'The Getting of Wisdom' and 'The Fortunes of Richard Mahony'. This volume covers the period from 1934 until the author's death in 1946. Her principal correspondent in this volume is Mary Kernot, an old school friend. Provides information about Richardson's life and writings and her relationships with various contemporary figures. Includes chronology, explanatory notes, indexes, corrigenda for volumes 1 and 2, and ribbon marker. The editors teach in the English department of Monash University.
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