Live Dangerously

Nevinsen, Henry W.; [Bermondsey Book]; [Heath, Frederick]

Published by likely the 1920s, n.p. (but likely England), 1920
Used Condition: Near Fine Ephemera
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Seven leaves (203 x 254 mm), typed on the recto only and with manuscript corrections in pencil and ink, held together with a paper clip. A pencil notation indicates that this essay may have been a submission to the Bermondsey Book literary magazine, edited by Frederick Heath and published December 1923 to May 1930, tho we find no record of publication. Henry Woodd Nevinson (1856-1941) was a British campaigning journalist. He was known for his reporting on the Second Boer War, and slavery in Angola in 19041905. In Nancy Cunard's pamphlet Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War, Nevison gave his support to the Spanish Republicans . He married Margaret Wynne Jones (Margaret Nevinson); the artist Christopher Nevinson was their son. Shortly after her death in 1933, Henry married his long-time friend and lover, fellow suffragist, Evelyn Sharp. Bookseller Inventory # D7524

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Title: Live Dangerously

Publisher: likely the 1920s, n.p. (but likely England)

Publication Date: 1920

Binding: Ephemera

Book Condition:Near Fine