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The lyrical memoir begins in 1939, with Mrs. Boston's purchase of the house. Her fascinating account of what seemed at the time "a ramshackle madness from top to bottom, dark, dispiriting, crazy," is laced with her growing passion for the house - a passion which became the inspiration for a new career of writing and a vital element in her life.
Publication date: 08/03/1973
Publisher: The Bodley Head Ltd; 1st edition
|Publication date:||8th March 1973|
|Author:||L M Boston|
|Publisher:||The Bodley Head Ltd; 1st edition|
|Genres:||Biography / Autobiography,|
Lucy M. Boston, born Lucy Maria Wood, was an English novelist who wrote for children and adults, publishing her work entirely after the age of 60. She is best known for her "Green Knowe" series: six low fantasy children's novels published by Faber between 1954 and 1976.More About L M Boston