Constable Correspondence, 1918-1943.

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Jameson, Margaret. Constable Correspondence, 1918-1943.

Constable Correspondence, 1918-1943.

A series of letters from a prominent British novelist to Michael Sadleir of the British publishing firm, Constable & Co., concerning family problems, her personal relationship with Sadleir, and her association with Blanche and Alfred Knopf. In her correspondence Jameson discusses her work including "The Pot Boils," "The Clash", "A Richer Dust," and "No Time Like the Present," as well as essays she edited.

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