The Blue Cupboard (1)

The other book launch I went to last night was for Tess Jaray’s The Blue Cupboard, a wonderfully observant volume about her childhood, her mother and more recent memories together with deliberately miscellaneous chapters, some about the work of fellow artists.   An emigré with her parents from Vienna just before the second world war, they settled in a cottage in Worcestershire.   She writes precisely and pithily about her experiences.

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2 thoughts on “The Blue Cupboard (1)

  1. dairy queen says:

    I asked for and joyously received The Blue Cupboard for Christmas and devoured it. A beautiful book, thank you for alerting me to its marvelous existence. Happy Boxing Day from San Francisco!

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