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Somewhere towards the end —Athill, Diana.
Book
2009
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An esteemed memoirist and one of the great editors in British publishing examines aging with the grace of Elegy for Iris and the wry irreverence of I Feel Bad About My Neck.

Yesterday morning —Athill, Diana.
Book
2002
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Stet : a memoir —Athill, Diana.
Book
2000
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"Stet is spiced with candid insights about the type of people who make brilliant writers and ingenious publishers, and the idiosyncrasies of both. It brims with Athill's memories of serving as confidante, midwife, and so...

Somewhere towards the end —Athill, Diana.
Large Print
2009
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Don't look at me like that. —Athill, Diana.
Book
1967
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In England half a century ago, well-brought-up women were meant to aspire to the respectable life. Meg progresses from school to art college with few outward signs of passion or frustration. But when she gets a job and m...

Instead of a letter —Athill, Diana.
Book
2011
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Diana Athill's childhood was idyllic, brought up in the Norfolk countryside. Aged only fifteen, she fell in love with a young undergraduate. They travelled to Oxford, engaged to be married. Then everything fell apart in ...

The collected short stories —Rhys, Jean, author.
Book
2017
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Stet a memoir —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2012

For nearly five decades Diana Athill helped shape some of the finest books in modern literature. She edited (and nursed and coerced and coaxed) some of the most celebrated writers in the English language. The word 'stet'...

Don't Look at Me Like That —Athill, Diana.
Book
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A florence diary —Athill, Diana.
EBook
2016

In August 1947, Diana Athill travelled to Florence by the Golden Arrow train for a two-week holiday with her cousin Pen. In this playful diary of that trip, delightfully illustrated with photographs of the period, Athill...

Don't look at me like that a novel —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

In England half a century ago well-brought-up women were meant to aspire to the respectable life. Meg progresses from school to art college with few outward signs of passion or frustration. But when she gets a job and mo...

40 birthday special
Book
2019
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Don't look at me like that a novel —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

In England half a century ago well-brought-up women were meant to aspire to the respectable life. Meg progresses from school to art college with few outward signs of passion or frustration. But when she gets a job and mo...

Somewhere towards the end —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2010

Diana Athill made her reputation as a writer with the candour of her memoirs. Now aged ninety, and freed from any inhibitions that even she may once have had, she reflects frankly on the losses and occasionally the gains...

Instead of a letter —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

An honest autobiography embracing country childhood, bleak boarding school, Oxford, publishing house career, and a pervading preoccupation with love and its loss. 1963.

Don't look at me like that a novel —Athill, Diana.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

In England half a century ago well-brought-up women were meant to aspire to the respectable life. Meg progresses from school to art college with few outward signs of passion or frustration. But when she gets a job and mo...

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