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Stevie Smith: A Critical Biography

by Frances Spalding

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Reveals and explores the intimate relationship between the course of Stevie Smith's life and the evolution of her art. The author reveals that far from being reclusive, Stevie Smith was actively involved in the social as well as the intellectual life of literary London from the early thirties.

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Interesting and sympathetically written biography. ( )
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