2 edition of Young Emma found in the catalog.
W. H. Davies
Originally published, London: Cape, 1980.
|Statement||W. H. Davies ; with a foreword by C. V. Wedgwood.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||146|
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Young Emma is a moving and revealing memoir told with disarming honesty and humour. Davies records his life with three women: from his affair with Bella, the wife of a Sergeant Major, to his year-long liaison with the gentle Louise, to the turbulent brushes with a society woman who fears for her own life at his hands/5(6).
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