Dorothy Richardson: A Biography
**** Cited in BCL3. Fromm (English, U. of Illinois at Chicago) chronicles the life of the English author of Pilgrimage, an autobiographical serial novel recognized as a pioneering tour de force of literary modernism. Originally published by the U. of Illinois Press (1977). New to this edition are a foreword, an updated bibliography, and an expanded index. Includes bandw photos and reproductions. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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