A Handful of Dust

(Everyman's Library (Cloth))

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Evelyn Waugh’s 1934 novel is a bitingly funny vision of aristocratic decadence in England between the wars. It tells the story of Tony Last, who, to the irritation of his wife, is inordinately obsessed with his Victorian Gothic country house and ...Continua
Ha scritto il 13/03/09
vitriolic satire of the decadent british upper classes between the wars, brenda last leads the list of my less favourite mothers in fiction.
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Ha scritto il 25/11/06
I'm a little uncertain of my rating for this book. I enjoyed parts of it very much, and other parts not at all. I feel rather like it would have been much better if Waugh had made it about half as long; it sprawls too much, as if it doesn't quite ...Continua

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