Antonia White


Antonia White, ‘Letter from Antonia White to Ronald Moody’ 30 October 1972
Letter from Antonia White to Ronald Moody 30 October 1972
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Antonia White (born Eirene Adeline Botting; 31 March 1899 – 10 April 1980) was a British writer and translator, known primarily for Frost in May, a semi-autobiographical novel set in a convent school. It was the first book reissued by Virago Press in 1978, as part of their Modern Classics series of books by previously neglected women authors.

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