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A Week in Literary History

March 1st, 2002

English novelist Antonia White (Frost in May, 1933) is born Eirine Botting in London in 1899.

Antonia White, b. March 1, 1899, d. 1980

Unlucky in her marriages and plagued in later life by mental illness, White nevertheless produced four fine novels, a book of non-fiction, a play, two children’s books, and an autobiography. Recently revived by the irreplaceable Virago Press, six of her books are now in print.

Suggested Reading Novels Frost in May, 1933. The Lost Traveller, 1950. The Sugar House, 1952. Beyond the Glass, 1954. Strangers, 1954. Non-fiction The Hound and the Falcon: The Story of a Reconversion to Catholic Faith, 1965.

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