Title Cab at the Door, A : A Memoir
Book Condition Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust wrapper
Edition Third Printing
Publisher NY Random House 1968
Seller ID 4158
244 pages; Lightly bumped spine ends, pages pale yellow. Dust wrapper, unclipped, has very light edgewear. A very nice copy indeed. ; In this first volume of the autobiography by this short story writer, novelist, and critic he tells of his childhood in turn-of-the-century and World War I London. His London is a working-class city and his countryside is rural Yorkshire where he visited his granfather, a Congregationalist minister, and his uncle, a fierce atheist. "A young man's early encounters with life and literature shed light on the development of a writer-the apprenticeship of writer as child."
British Author Novelist Autobiography London World War I Yorkshire