In the ninth volume of James Lees-Milne's diaries, the ardour towards their eventual editor M, has cooled to a more durable tenderness. There is no change however, in the sharpness of his observation.In the ninth volume of James Lees-Milne's diaries, the ardour towards their eventual editor M, has cooled to a more durable tenderness. There is no change however, in the sharpness of his observation.Read Less
Paperback, F. xiv+240pp, b/w frontis, index, a nice fine copy. The ninth volume of Lees-Milne's Diaries, regarded as among the best to have been written in the 20th century. This is the second volume to be edited since Lees-Milne's death in 1997.
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