A Trojan Ending
Special Collections PS3519 A363 T76 1937
New York: Random House
Laura (Riding) Jackson (1901-1991) was an American writer who, according to biographer Richard Perceval Graves, played a crucial role in the development of Robert Graves’ thoughts, especially during the years when he created his classic The White Goddess. Indeed, at one stage Riding was Muse to Graves. While in London they started Seizin Press, a private press set up to publish their works. A Trojan Ending (1937) was Riding’s first novel and it retells in a very personal way, the story of the siege of Troy from the point of view of the Trojans and the Greek invaders. This is the Random House first edition which was also co-published by Constable and Seizin Press in England.
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