The Journey Not the Arrival Matters: An Autobiography of the Years 1939 to 1969
The author's account of World War II, his wife's death, and his political and literary activities. "A splendid ending to one of the most remarkable literary achievements of our time" (New York Times Book Review). Index; photographs.
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