|Statement||edited by Susan Chitty.|
|Contributions||Chitty, Susan, Lady.|
|LC Classifications||PR6045.H15634 Z464 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1- > :|
|LC Control Number||91042450|
Looking for books by Antonia White? See all books authored by Antonia White, including Frost in May, and Black Water 2: More Tales of the Fantastic, and more on Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Antonia White books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. the book is fluid, suspenseful and utterly readable. antonia white's narration is gutwrenchingly believable. the book is the first in series of white's 4 semi-autobiographical novels. i cannot wait to read the others. i strongly suggest you read this book; i think you'll be delighted!Cited by: F irst published in , Frost in May is based on Antonia White’s own pre-first world war girlhood experiences at a convent school in Roehampton, and its enthralling story has become part of.
Frost in May is a novel by the British author Antonia White that was reissued in as the first book in Virago Press's Modern Classics series of books by neglected women authors.. Background. Frost in May, first published in with an introduction by Elizabeth Bowen (and publicly praised by Evelyn Waugh), was based on White's years at a convent school in pre-World-War-I England. Antonia White had a splendid story about Dylan Thomas squashing a fried egg between the pages of a rare book belonging to Augustus John. This memoir by . Antonia White is best known for her masterpiece Frost in May, for having come back from Bedlam and madness, and for the public feud between her daughters over the editing of her diaries. This is the first biography to tell the complete story of a life courageously lived against most difficult. Antonia White, British writer and translator best known for her autobiographical fiction. White made her mark with her first novel, Frost in May (), a study of a girl at a convent school. White drafted the book when she was 15 and published it after she had lost the Roman Catholic faith she was.
Antonia White; Books by Antonia White. Frost In May (Virago Modern Classics) Author: Antonia White, Elizabeth Bowen (Introduction) Paperback May Compare Prices. Play Author: Paulina Glass, Antonia Sunderland, Brett Jenkins. Paperback Oct Rereads Antonia White's writing within the context of manic-depressive illness. Misdiagnosed as suffering from schizophrenia instead of what was bipolar or manic-depressive illness, Antonia White turned repeatedly to psychoanalysis and Catholicism to resolve the emotional conflicts that she believed were the cause of her tumultuous moods, her inexplicable behaviour, and her . Antonia White I SUPPOSE IT IS NATURAL FOR AN ONLY CHILD MUCH addicted to reading to take early to writing. I think I was five when I first began to 'compose' on my own, using very pompous language copied from the Victorian children's books on my grandmother's shelves. Antonia White is best known for her masterpiece Frost in May, for having come back from Bedlam and madness, and for the public feud between her daughters over the editing of her diaries. This is the first biography to tell the complete story of a life courageously lived against most difficult odds: 'Oh I DID want to be happy as a woman But I'm a monster and must accept being one.