This memoir gives an extended view of
the crucial period 1937-1939, first mentioned in a different context
in the author's previous autobiographical volume, the Happy Highway.
When Croft-Cooke tires of politics and acrimony, of London and
intellectuality, he was able to find solace in the company of his
circus friends, the Rosarios.
Condition: Very good, with very good dustwrapper.