Edited with an introduction by Robert Gathorne-Hardy.
London. Faber and Faber. 1963. First edition. Cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. 308 pages. Colour frontispiece and several b&w hors-texte photographs. 240 x 160mm (9½ x 6¼"). 0.75kg. . English. Very good; light shelf wear to jacket, with some light rubbing to edges, lightly ruffled at head and base of spine, a few faint marks, price-clipped; internally clean with no inscriptions.
The fascinating memoirs of Ottoline Morrell, patron and muse to so many artists and writers in the first half of the twentieth century. Morrell lifted heavily from her contemporary journals to write her memoirs. They were unfinished on her death. This first volume ends in 1915. A second volume was published covering 1915-1918.