Finding the Words: A Publishing Life
Wynne-Tyson writes with flair and passion about his experiences as a one-man publishing enterprise. His story should appeal to ambitious publishers and those interested in humane education alike. His sense of humour shows throughout, particularly in anecdotage concerning John Galsworth, which is worth buying the book for alone. An excellent autobiography.
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Acknowledgements a Go Carefully with Words
Foreword by Keith Thomas
Finding the Words
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