The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street
Publish date: 1973-05-01
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Pages no: 137
Edition language: English
84, Charing Cross Road should have a warning sticker on the cover: "Be sure to have a copy of The Duchess Of Bloomsbury Street on hand BEFORE beginning this book."If you've read 84, you already know it takes maybe an hour to finish, including bathroom breaks and getting up to brew a cup of tea (and ...
I liked this even better than 84, Charing Cross Road. This follow up to that lovely epistolary text is in the form of a diary and tells of the time she spent in London after the publication of 84. There's so much more of Helene here. Her love of the city, it's history and it's authors permeates eve...
You must go out and read [b:84, Charing Cross Road|368916|84, Charing Cross Road|Helene Hanff|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1287338794s/368916.jpg|938626], and then read this. Both are excellent, and this is a wonderful follow-up to the first. Do not read them out of order.Helene Hanff sounds exact...
Follow up to 84 Charing Cross Road.
This is the chronicle of Helene Hanff's long delayed visit to London in the summer of 1971, following on from the publication of her well-known book 84, Charing Cross Road. While it lacks the unselfconscious charm of 84 Charing Cross Road, this memoir is still full of exuberance and wit. For anyone ...
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