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SANSOM, William. The Last Hours of Sandra Lee. London : The Hogarth Press, 1961. First Edition. Pp (4),5-,(2). 8vo [130 x 190 mm], black cloth, gilt lettering to maroon panel to spine, top edge dyed maroon.
William Norman Trevor Sansom, FRSL (b. January 18, 1912, London – d. April 20, 1976, London).
"This is a study of what the author believes to be an essential part of the make-up of every good woman, a wish to be bad. Perhaps in most cases only a vague longing, a private pain on a plane with nostalgia — but with Sandra Lee the matter comes to a head. Marriage to a man she loves is imminent: yet her immediate present is concerned with the Christmas break-up party in a London office where she works as a secretary. Most of the action of the novel takes place during the saturnalian atmosphere of this party, where anytmng can happen and much does; and where we follow with mounting suspense the exotic Miss Lee's desperate wish for a Past with which to face the future." (from the dj).
Jacket design by John Woodcock.
Very good in chipped, but unclipped dustjacket. 22.50
Title: The Last Hours of Sandra Lee. First Edition in dustjacket
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1961,: 1961
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 10461