Granite and Rainbow: Essays
Harcourt, Brace, 1958 - Literary Collections - 239 pages
A posthumous collection of twenty-five essays on the art of fiction and the art of biography. "These are aristocrats among essays...witty, beautifully mannered and mellow" (Rumer Godden, New York Herald Tribune). Editorial Note by Leonard Woolf.
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