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Very Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; First Paperback Edition. Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. The cover illustration shows Jessie Chambers in 1909 and D. H. Lawrence in 1912. Cover designed by Jean Whitcombe and printed by George Over Limited, London and Rugby. Bright and clean cover with light wear to spine head; tight glued binding. Former owner bookplate and name on inside of front cover. Internals spotless, no creases. A Note on page 9 states that the author is referred to by D. H. Lawrence in his "Autobiographical Sketch" as 'the girl who had been the chief friend of my youth'. This book is an account of her recollections of this early friendship and provides a detailed portrait of Lawrence's life during his formative years of adolescence and early adulthood. She provides a first look at some details of his upbringing and education. This is a narrative of early friendship, for it "suffered shipwreck' for reasons beyond the control of the protagonists. 223 pages. 7.8 x 5 inches. 1980, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.
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