Mrs Robert Henrey. Milou’s Daughter. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1955.

Included in the official canon, glossed ‘(in search of her father’s Midi)’.

Tenth item in ‘Mrs Robert Henrey’s autobiographical sequence in chronological order’.

Reissued by Dutton (New York) as Milou’s Daughter Madeleine: A Sentimental Journey to the South of France, 1956.

Reissued by Chivers (Bath), 1987.

Reviewed Times (London), March 3 1955, p. 11; Daily Telegraph, March 18 1955, p. 8; Tatler, April 6 1955, p. 36; Times Literary Supplement, April 29 1955, p. 24.

Milou’s Daughter ran to 239 pp. Demy 8vo (c. 77K words) price 16s. bound in black cloth boards with gilt spine titles. The shiny gilt jacket reproduced a watercolour of ‘Nice from the Corniche Road’ by Gordon Home. The dedication page bore a thirteen-line invocation of ‘Milou!’ from p. 186 of The Little Madeleine. There were twenty-five chapters with sixty-six scene breaks reflecting the fragmentary nature of the narrative.