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Downhill All the Way: An Autobiography of the Years 1919-1939 (Harvest Book; Hb 322) Paperback – 18 Oct 1989
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Leonard Woolf recalls his political and literary activities as well as the experiences he shared with Virginia Woolf during two sad decades.
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The places that he worked in as a Diplomat.
Ceylon as it then was was bustling with life and he was able to make his own contribution
To a country that was finding it's way.
The people loved him for his loyal support as a humanitarian. He got on with his job, and then he returned
To England and lived a very different kind of life again, becoming a member of an exclusive set.
His writing is pure and real, not fancy and pretentious, and it gives us an insight into the kind of person he was.
A great read and I am glad I came upon his name by chance.
Peter W Marshall
Former British Diplomat
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Virginia's last and troubled years. I have ordered the
last book in this series "The Journey, not the arrival