Olive Moore

Constance Edith Vaughan (September 1904 – ca. 1970), better known by her pseudonym Olive Moore, was a modernist English writer best known for three well-esteemed novels: ''Celestial Seraglio'' (1929), ''Spleen'' (1930), and ''Fugue'' (1932), and for the acerbic essay collection ''The Apple Is Bitten Again'' (1934). She also produced an essay on D.H. Lawrence, entitled ''Further Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine'', which was privately printed in 1933 and included in her essay collection. Her ''Collected Writings'' was published in 1992. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Moore, Olive.
Published 1996
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by Moore, Olive.
Published 1992
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