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|Genre/Form:||Records and correspondence
|Named Person:||Laura (Riding) Jackson; Laura (Riding) Jackson|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Laura Riding; Elizabeth Friedmann; Alan J Clark
|Description:||79 p. ; 19 cm.|
|Responsibility:||Laura Riding ; postscript by Laura (Riding) Jackson ; afterword by Elizabeth Friedmann and Alan J. Clark.|
Riding explains the difference between learning and knowing; the value of thinking, of doing, and of not-showing-off; and how it is good to live straight, avoiding the hypocrisies and pretensions of "the muddle." Here is a literary treasure to be shared between generations. For many readers, it will also serve as an invaluable key to the thought of this astonishingly original writer.
- Young women -- Conduct of life.
- Jackson, Laura (Riding), -- 1901-1991 -- Correspondence.
- Poets, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence.
- Jackson, Laura (Riding) -- Correspondence
- Poets, American -- Correspondence -- 20th century
- Young women -- Conduct of life
- Jackson, Laura (Riding), -- 1901-1991.
- Poets, American.