Charlotte Mew and Her Friends


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Penelope Fitzgerald's fascinating portrait of the tragic poet and her life at the heart of the Bloomsbury set.Charlotte Mew (1869-1928) cut one of the most distinctive figures of the twentieth century - beloved of Siegfried Sassoon and Walter de la Mare (for whom she was `a very rare being'), unafraid of Virginia Woolf, and considered by Hardy to be `far and away the best living woman poet'.Part of a new wave of fashionable female dandies who lived passionate, precarious existences in Bloomsbury, she was an enchanting and ...

Charlotte Mew: And Her Friends 2002, Fourth Estate Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780007142743

Mass-market paperback

Charlotte Mew and Her Friends 1992, The Harvill Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780002721684

New edition


Charlotte Mew and Her Friends 1984, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780002170086