By Hand

The deft, graceful novels of Penelope Fitzgerald begin as intricately annotated first drafts. Handwritten manuscript pages from The Blue Flower and The Bookshop, filled with drawings, deletions, and notes cascading into the margins, illustrate the prolific mind of the Booker Prize–winning author.

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