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  • CONCEIVED WITH MALICE. by [Barnes, Djuna, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, Virginia and Leonard Woolf] DeSalvo, Louise.
    [Barnes, Djuna, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, Virginia and Leonard Woolf] DeSalvo, Louise.
    CONCEIVED WITH MALICE.

    Edition: 1st trade paperback printing.

    New York: Plume - Penguin, (1995.). "Literature as Revenge in the Lives and Works of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, Henry Miller and Djuna Barnes." DeSalvo examines biographical material that demonstrates how each of these authors exacted revenge through writing fiction: Barnes's play was a thinly disguised portrayal of the sexual assaults she suffered from her father and brothers; . Henry Miller wrote 'Crazy Cock' out of his obsessive relationship with his wife, June; Hermione in Lawrence's 'Women in Love', was based on Lady Ottoline Morrell and Leonard Woolf's novel 'The Wise Virgins' portrayed a thinly disguised Virginia as deranged and sexually inadequate. Photographs, extensive notes, sources, index. 437 pp. ISBN: 0-452-273234.

    Condition: Very near fine.

    Book ID: 46583
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  • CONCEIVED WITH MALICE. by [Barnes, Djuna, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, Virginia and Leonard Woolf] DeSalvo, Louise.
    [Barnes, Djuna, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, Virginia and Leonard Woolf] DeSalvo, Louise.
    CONCEIVED WITH MALICE.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Dutton, (1994.) dj. Hardcover first edition - "Literature as Revenge in the Lives and Works of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, Henry Miller and Djuna Barnes." DeSalvo examines biographical material that demonstrates how each of these authors exacted revenge through writing fiction: Barnes's play was a thinly disguised portrayal of the sexual assaults she suffered from her father and brothers; . Henry Miller wrote 'Crazy Cock' out of his obsessive relationship with his wife, June; Hermione in Lawrence's 'Women in Love', was based on Lady Ottoline Morrell and Leonard Woolf's novel 'The Wise Virgins' portrayed a thinly disguised Virginia as deranged and sexually inadequate. Photographs, extensive notes, sources, index. 437 pp. ISBN: 0-525938990.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket (remainder line.)

    Book ID: 46192
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  • LEAVES OF THE TULIP TREE. by Huxley, Juliette (1896 - 1994)
    Huxley, Juliette (1896 - 1994)
    LEAVES OF THE TULIP TREE.

    Edition: First US printing.

    Topsfield, Massachusetts: Salem House, (1987) dj. Hardcover first edition - Autobiography of Juliette Baillot who became the wife of the scientist Julian Huxley in 1919. Recounts both her husband's often troubled life and her literary friendships, especially among the Bloomsbury Group, with her brother-in-law Aldous Huxley, Lady Ottoline Morrell (who introduced her to this group), Bertrand Russell, Lytton Strachey, H. G. Wells, D. H. Lawrence and others. Illustrated with 26 photographs. Index. vii, 248 pp. ISBN: 0-88162229X.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 69348
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