Croft-Cooke, Rupert. The Numbers Came. First Edition. London, Putnam, 1963. 22cm x 14.1cm. 228 (6) pages. Original Hardcover with original illustrated dustjacket. In protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. This book vividly recalls the everyday happenings of the young Croft-Cooke's world. He communicates the delight of having for the first time a room of his own in London, of the theatre, of arguing with his friends long into the summer nights. He describes his introduction into the extraordinary world of the homosexuals of the 1920, of his meeting again with Oswald Horrax, the schoolmaster who had such an influence on his earlier life, and tells of some famous characters who were also his friends- Lord Alfred Douglas, John Galsworthy, Louis Golding.
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