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The Pursuit of Laughter

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Roar with laughter.' Laura Thompson 'The dazzling beauty with a poison pen... wit pervades her writings.' Anne de Courcey, Daily Mail Criti Choice 'When she wielded her elegant stiletto, it was to unmask an ego... brightly and sharply illuminated.' Valerie Grove, The Times Wickedly funny, gossipy, carefree, intimate and revealing, this selection of Diana Mitford's writings publishes for the first time the articles and diary she wrote for the amusement of her close circle of friends, as well as her hilarious articles for the Times, Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Express and Evening Standard. Included is the only portrait Diana Mitford wrote of her husband Sir Oswald Mosely, and the last interviews she gave in 2002 and 2003 in Paris to the writer Duncan Fallowell.

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Publisher: Gibson Square

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  • ISBN: 9781908096807
  • Release date: October 8, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9781908096807
  • File size: 634 KB
  • Release date: October 8, 2012

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English

Roar with laughter.' Laura Thompson 'The dazzling beauty with a poison pen... wit pervades her writings.' Anne de Courcey, Daily Mail Criti Choice 'When she wielded her elegant stiletto, it was to unmask an ego... brightly and sharply illuminated.' Valerie Grove, The Times Wickedly funny, gossipy, carefree, intimate and revealing, this selection of Diana Mitford's writings publishes for the first time the articles and diary she wrote for the amusement of her close circle of friends, as well as her hilarious articles for the Times, Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Express and Evening Standard. Included is the only portrait Diana Mitford wrote of her husband Sir Oswald Mosely, and the last interviews she gave in 2002 and 2003 in Paris to the writer Duncan Fallowell.

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