2 edition of Jottings from memory found in the catalog.
Jottings from memory
Stephen, Alfred Sir
|Statement||by an Australian great grandfather.|
|Contributions||Stephen, Leslie, Sir, 1832-1904, annotator., Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v <1-2> ;|
Life Jottings of an Old Edinburgh Citizen PREFACE. LET not the reader suppose, as he opens this book, that he is invited to wade through an autobiography. What he will find Is but a quilt made up of patches from the shelf of memory. No diary has ever been kept to supply copious extracts, such as too often give anything but light reading.
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JOTTINGS is a collection of the stories that Liz Smith has written over the years. Sometimes they explore the darker side of life and what may occur out of the public gaze: a rich and lonely housewife neglects her child and the nanny subjects her charge to unpleasant and adult scenes; a man's wish for fame catapults him into prison and mistaken notoriety; an Pages: Jottings is the alumni newsletter of the School of Library and Information Studies.
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