YOURS, FOR PROBABLY ALWAYS: Martha Gellhorn's Letters of Love & War, 1930-1949
Collected in this volume are previously unpublished correspondence, journalism, fiction, and excerpts from journal entries beginning in 1930 when Gellhorn arrived in Paris with $75, her typewriter, and the dream of becoming a foreign correspondent. Evident throughout is her life-long advocacy of social justice and her need to make her "tiny squeaking noise," through her writing. 32 pages of illus.
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