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Author: Rupert Hart-Davis
ISBN13: 978-0241103050
Title: The Arms of Time: A Memoir
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Language: English
Category: Europe
Publisher: David & Charles; First Printing edition (June 1, 1979)
Pages: 157

The Arms of Time: A Memoir by Rupert Hart-Davis

by Rupert Hart-Davis. Series: Rupert Hart Davis' memoirs (1). Members. No current Talk conversations about this book.

In addition, Hart-Davis wrote a biography of Hugh Walpole (1952) and a memoir titled The Arms of Time in 1979. A common practice, evidenced in the library, is Sir Rupert's habit of slipping a letter from an author into a copy of one of their books.

Personal Name: Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907-. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

In retirement, Hart-Davis wrote three volumes of autobiography entitled The Arms of Time (1979), The Power of Chance (1991) and Halfway to Heaven (1998)  . Lucas (RHD Ltd) 1950; All in Due Time by Humphry House (RHD Ltd) 1955; George Moore: Letters to Lady Cunard 1895–1933 (RHD Ltd) 1957; The.

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by Rupert Hart-Davis. USD Sold out. Halfway to Heaven: Concluding Memoirs of a Literary Life. by Rupert Hart-Davis.

Sir Rupert Hart-Davis. Following a year with the Book Society, and again with the help of Jamie Hamilton, Hart-Davis was offered a job with Cape, then in its first flowering - with TE Lawrence, Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis and Eugene O'Neill among its authors. Hart-Davis insisted that he would join only as a director. After much haggling, the firm's founder, Jonathan Cape, agreed, but said the best he could offer was the same as was paid to a member of parliament - £600 a year. Hart-Davis's natural ability to make friends, and his good taste in books, demonstrated that Jonathan Cape had made the right choice.

First edition. The author tells the story of his mother's short and tragic life. It contains more than fifty illustrations. Name in ink on free endpaper. xii, 157 pages. cloth, dust jacket..