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by Robert Ashton

Author: Robert Ashton
Language: English
Publisher: Hutchinson; 1st edition (1969)
Pages: 290 pages
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His friends have left reminiscences which give us an intimate understanding of the man's personal habits and history.

His reputation as a writer was distinguished; he was not interested in the .

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, xv, 290 pages, 9 black & white illustrations and frontispiece