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The Life of Arthur Ransome by Hugh Brogan covers Arthur Ransome’s life up to his death, unlike Ransome’s own Autobiography which ends in 1932.

Hugh Brogan acknowledges the help he got from Ransome’s literary executors, Sir Rupert Hart-Davis and John Bell (the husband of Pamela Whitlock, the co-author of The Far-Distant Oxus). Rupert Hart-Davis had edited Ransome’s Autobiography for publication; it was published after the death of Evgenia Ransome.

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The Life of Arthur Ransome by Hugh Brogan (1984, Jonathan Cape, London) ISBN 0 224 02010 2 (link to Amazon)

External linkEdit

The Life of Arthur Ransome by Hugh Brogan (link to Amazon)

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