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Peter Warlock (The Life and Letters Series: Volume 84)

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Born Philip Arnold Heseltine, Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of the renowned British composer and music critic who also achieved notoriety throughout his lifetime for his scandalous and unconventional lifestyle. Philip Heseltine was a fascinating character with a, rather naturally, equally as fascinating memoir. This book provides an insight into the pioneer of music who, amongst other things, recounts his years at Oxford, his thoughts on The War as well as literary figures such as D.H. Lawrence and get an insight into the tragic mind of Philip Heseltine.

This 1938, hardback edition is in 'very good condition'. There is signs of foxing throughout. The memoirs contain four illustrations of the author.



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Author(s):
Peter Warlock
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
3rd
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Alden Press
Title:
A Memoir of Peter Warlock (The Life and Letters Series: Volume 84)

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Born Philip Arnold Heseltine, Peter Warlock was the pseudonym of the renowned British composer and music critic who also achieved notoriety throughout his lifetime for his scandalous and unconventional lifestyle. Philip Heseltine was a fascinating character with a, rather naturally, equally as fascinating memoir. This book provides an insight into the pioneer of music who, amongst other things, recounts his years at Oxford, his thoughts on The War as well as literary figures such as D.H. Lawrence and get an insight into the tragic mind of Philip Heseltine.

This 1938, hardback edition is in 'very good condition'. There is signs of foxing throughout. The memoirs contain four illustrations of the author.



Author(s):
Peter Warlock
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
3rd
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
319
Publisher:
Alden Press
Title:
A Memoir of Peter Warlock (The Life and Letters Series: Volume 84)

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