A Time to Remember

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Walter Carrington

Walter Carrington began his diary on his return to Ashley Place after the second World War. It records his life as an assistant teacher, both giving private lessons and working on Alexander’s training course. Carrington’s preface explains the background and the setting for the diary which covers the period of March to November 1946 with an additional entry from 1947. It catches the atmosphere of the time and provides some interesting Alexander quotations. The book includes a list of students in Alexander’s course from 1931-55, a facsimile of the prospectus, an introductory pamphlet to the Technique from 1951 and 30 pages of notes with additional information on events and people referred to in the diary. [xvi+112 pages, hb, 1 b/w photo,index, 224 x 144 mm, 1996, Sheildrake Press, imported]

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