My life and loves
Harris, Frank
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A wonderful autobiography of a man who preceded his time by appreciating in the 1920 that personal desires and impulses, including sexual, had crucial influence on his professional and personal development. For being frank - he changed his first name from James when eighteen to reflect his priority, his autobiography was banned in Britain and America until 1963.
His extraordinary life summary, having risen from a poor Irish boy to literary king maker in the height of Victorian London through the building of Brooklyn bridge, the Chicago fire, smuggling cattle in Texas and law studies in Kansas, made him friends of such literary stars and Oscar Wilde and D.H. Lawrence among others.
With sharp perception and immense memory we receive a broad image of the forty years from the 1880s to the 1920, mostly in London, but also in France and Germany.

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My life and loves
1999, Prometheus Books
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My life and loves
1991, Grove Weidenfeld
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My Life & Loves
1979, Grove Press
in English
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My Life & Loves
1979, Grove Press
in English
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My life and loves
1964, W. H. Allen
in English
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My life and loves.
1963, Grove Press
in English
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My life and loves
1963, Grove Press, Inc.
in English
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My life and loves
1963, Grove Press
in English - Complete Grove Press ed
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My life and loves
1922, The author [priv. print.]
in English
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My life and loves

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A wonderful autobiography of a man who preceded his time by appreciating in the 1920 that personal desires and impulses, including sexual, had crucial influence on his professional and personal development. For being frank - he changed his first name from James when eighteen to reflect his priority, his autobiography was banned in Britain and America until 1963.
His extraordinary life summary, having risen from a poor Irish boy to literary king maker in the height of Victorian London through the building of Brooklyn bridge, the Chicago fire, smuggling cattle in Texas and law studies in Kansas, made him friends of such literary stars and Oscar Wilde and D.H. Lawrence among others.
With sharp perception and immense memory we receive a broad image of the forty years from the 1880s to the 1920, mostly in London, but also in France and Germany.

My life and loves

This edition was published in by Grove Press, Inc. in New York.


Edition Notes

Second printing.

Bound in green cloth; stamped in gold and black; top edge stained green; orange endpapers.

Purchased from Gilman, Crompond, N.Y.

The Physical Object

Pagination
5 v. in 1 :

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OL13535325M
OCLC/WorldCat
4044690

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