Diary of a Provincial Lady

Diary of a Provincial Lady
Diary of a Provincial Lady

Diary of a Provincial Lady

By E.M. Delafield, Illustrated by Arthur Watts

Provincial Lady Series

BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

388 Pages, 5 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $18.99 (CA $25.99) (US $18.99)

ISBN 9780897330534

Rights: US

Chicago Review Press (Aug 2005)
Academy Chicago Publishers

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Overview

When "Diary of a Provincial Lady" was first publlished in 1933, critics on both sides of hte Atlantic greeted it with enthusiasm.....This charming, delightful and extremely funny book was named by booksellers in England the o.p. novel most deserving of republication.

Author Biography

E. M. Delafield was the nom de plume of Edmée Elizabeth Monica de la Pasture Dashwood (1890-1943), who produced more than forty volumes of fiction, plays, and essays over twenty-six years in the 1920s and '30s. However, her Provincial Lady series, first published for the weekly magazine Time and Tide, has proven to be her most celebrated work.

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