THE DIARY OF IVY JACQUIER, 1907 - 1926

By: Sir Francis Meynell,

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THE DIARY OF IVY JACQUIER, 1907 - 1926 by Sir Francis Meynell, Introduction
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Victor Gollancz, London - first edition, 1960. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Red cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, self-portrait as frontis illustration. The diarist is one of six children born into a Anglo-French family at the turn of the twentieth century; living outside Lyon, schooled in Eastbourne; with unlimited money for travel and artistic indulgences. Ivy studies art in Dresden, enjoys music, and starts questioning life's conventions & her religion. At thirty, she marries a Scot and later, her first child is born. It’s a joyous diary, expressing an innocence and exuberance that wouldn't survive in the 21st century. Our copy has previous owner's name to ffep; a few foxing spots to endpapers, slight lean to spine.

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