The Extraordinary Life of Rebecca West: A Biography

The Extraordinary Life of Rebecca West: A Biography

Rebecca West was a leading figure in the twentieth century literary scene. A passionate suffragist, socialist, fiercely intelligent, Rebecca West began her career as a writer with articles in The Freewoman and The Clarion. Her first book, a biography of Henry James, was published when she was only twenty-four, and her first novel followed just two years later. She had a notorious affair with H.G. Wells, and their illegitimate son, Anthony, was born at the beginning… (more)

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The Extraordinary Life of Rebecca West is a fair, sympathetic but forthright portrait of its subject and should — so at least may be hoped — help her find new readers.


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Publisher: Counterpoint (April 21, 2014)

Parent ISBN: 9781619023062

Page count: 352 pages

Language: English


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