Child of the Twenties

Child of the Twenties

No names are dropped for the sake of it. No mad and witty intimacies with the great are vaunted. Few wild parties are attended, despite the eccentric pressures of Frances Donaldson's father, the playwright Frederick Lonsdale, whose personality is one of the book's delights.

First published in 1962, in her neat and good-tempered way the author brings alive the attitudes and the atmospheres common to the twenties and thirties. Abetted by her father, she passed through… (more)

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

Collection: Bloomsbury Reader

Page count: 202 pages

Language: English


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