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No Time Like the Present
Storm Jameson
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No Time Like the Present

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Hardcover, 1st, 238 pages
Published 1933 by Cassell
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Apr 10, 2011 Elaine rated it liked it
This book is essentially Jameson's meditations on the first world war, the impending second, and war in general, with some narrative of her early (pre-war) life. I dug up a copy of the book after having seen it mentioned in the Gender of Modernism anthology, and I had expected a war narrative. The other elements--several chapters, for example, in which Jameson talks about what bores her, what she likes, what she thinks about the modern novel--would probably interest me more if I had ever read ...more
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Margaret Storm Jameson was an English writer, known for her 45 novels, and criticism.

Jameson studied at the University of Leeds, later moving to London, where in 1914 she earned an MA from King's College London. She was a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. She married writer Guy Chapman, but continued to publish as Storm Jameson.

From 1939, Jameson was a prominent president of the British
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