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Macmillan, London (in association with Virago) - first edituion, 1982. Hardcover, 9¼" x 5¾", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Red cloth-bound boards with gold title to spine, 13 b&w photographs, and Index. Dame Rebecca West trained as a journalist, developed her interest in feminism (some say her writing was influenced by D H Lawrence, and her thinking by the Pankhursts). This book includes her outspoken review of H G Wells's "Marriage", which led to a ten-year love affair and the birth of a son. This book has excellent background and commentary on Rebecca West and her times, thus providing a clear perception of this lively British political and literary era. LOOSELY INSERTED: a 1986 review of West's semi-autobiographical novel, "Sunflower".