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MARIANNE THORNTON: A Domestic Biography by  E. M Forster - First Edition - (1956) - from Quill & Brush (SKU: 54885)

MARIANNE THORNTON: A Domestic Biography

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MARIANNE THORNTON: A Domestic Biography

by Forster, E. M

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London: Edward Arnold Ltd., (1956). First edition. Illustrated with portraits. A remarkable, loving biography of his great aunt based on copious family papers (some transcribed by Marianne herself at a young age), diaries, and letters -- including several to Forster written while she was in her late 80's and he was not yet 8 years old. Endpapers tanned along hinges, otherwise crisp and fine in bright, fine dust jacket with rear corners just barely nicked and only one tiny tear.


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