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Please note the following distinctions, and try to keep the single-story separate from the omnibus editions which contain several "Provincial Lady" stories.
Single Story:
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Virago, 1844085228)
Diary of a Provincial Lady (Prion, 1853753688)
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Remploy, 0706610342)
Diary of a Provincial Lady (Chicago, 0897330536)
Omnibus Edition (contains 4 stories):
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Virago, 0860685225)
The Provincial Lady (Macmillan, pre-ISBN)

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Edmee Elizabeth Monica de la Pasture was the daughter of novelist Elizabeth Bonham (pen name Mrs. Henry de la Pasture) and Count Henry Philip Ducarel de la Pasture. She worked with the Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) during World War I and these experiences formed the basis of her novel The War Workers (1918). She married Paul Dashwood, a civil engineer turned land agent, and had two children. She wrote more than 30 popular novels under the pseudonym E.M. Delafield, and is best known for series The Diary of a Provincial Lady and its sequels. She died at age 53 after a progressive illness.
Disambiguation notice
Please note the following distinctions, and try to keep the single-story separate from the omnibus editions which contain several "Provincial Lady" stories.
Single Story:
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Virago, 1844085228)
Diary of a Provincial Lady (Prion, 1853753688)
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Remploy, 0706610342)
Diary of a Provincial Lady (Chicago, 0897330536)
Omnibus Edition (contains 4 stories):
The Diary of a Provincial Lady (Virago, 0860685225)
The Provincial Lady (Macmillan, pre-ISBN)

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