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Macmillan, London - first edition, 1987. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, pocket, barcode etc. Childish red squiggles to 2 1/2" square of title page. GOOD book in GOODunclipped dust jacket. Dark-brown cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine. If Rumer Godden's first adult volume of autobiography is full of those qualities we have always admired in her as a novelist - joy, elegance, courage, honesty, humanity, a distinctive voice, a passion for ballet and dance, a deep love of India - it also illuminates her understanding of the darker side of life, of tragedy, loss, suffering and long endurance bravely borne. Spanning the years 1907 - 1946, it is a story that gives context to her novels. It will bring joy to the thousands who loved her fiction.