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Deborah Mitford Cavendish, the Duchess of Devonshire, is the youngest and last surviving of the six famous and infamous Mitford sisters. Now ninety, she has finally mercifully decided to share memories of her long life. (Most of her previous books have been devoted to her beloved Chatsworth estate.) The book justifies the wait. Mitford's recollections include telling anecdotes about her eccentric sisters; a somewhat mystifying afternoon tea with Adolf Hitler; and her close friendship with the Kennedy family. A perfect evening setting for Anglophiles.