Collected Impressions (USED)

Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) was an Irish-British novelist and short story writer. While she is mostly known for her fiction, she also wrote numerous reviews, prefaces, and personal essays throughout her career. The pieces in Collected Impressions capture the breadth and depth of her engagement with literature past and present, ranging as they do from Flaubert and LeFanu to Woolf and Lawrence, with many obscure and illustrious names in between.

London: Longmans Green and Co., 1950. 1st edition. Dust jacket in protective cover; head of spine chipped; rear cover has 2.5" tear 1" from bottom, some scuffing, and a light blue stain stretching the width of the rear jacket 3" from the bottom; blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine; top edge blue; binding tight; text clean and bright. G/G-

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