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Diana Athill, Stet: On Angela Thirkell, Virginia Woolf, and the Embarrassment of Caste

This month’s reading for the Slaves of Golconda group was Diana Athill’s briskly evocative memoir Stet, about her decades-long career in publishing. Other folks have been putting up their smart and detailed posts, and you should hop on over and read … Continue reading

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