Private and Public Affairs: 1921–1922
The memoirs that Clive Bell and Maynard Keynes began reading to the Memoir Club on 7 July 1920 were completed on 2 February 1921, the Club’s first meeting in the new year. These memoirs indicate how in the course of a year the range of Memoir Club subjects expanded from the more remote past to the recent present, and from relatively impersonal childhood memories to intimately private or controversially public affairs.
KeywordsPublic Affair Scarlet Fever Peace Treaty Temporary Replacement Longe Journey
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