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Titles to Fame, edited by Denys Kilham Roberts.
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Titles to Fame
ten novelists give us the 'biographies' of their most successful books. Included in the selection are:
, a historical novel set in the Lake District, by Hugh Walpole;
The Constant Nymph
, by Margaret Kennedy, a 1924 novel about a teenage girl who falls in love with a family friend;
a mystery novel by Dorothy L. Sayers;
- R. H. Mottram’s 1924 novel,
The Spanish Farm
, an intricate portrait of the First World War from a civilian perspective.
The other contributors are H. M. Tomlinson, A. J. Cronin, E. M. Delafield, E. Arnot Robertson, Ernest Raymond and Margaret Irwin.
Published by Thomas Nelson & Sons in 1937. First edition.
In good condition with binding intact. Very slight fraying to board covers.
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