by Evelyn Waugh
Paperback, 321 pages, Little Brown & Co, List Price: $14.99 |
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The comic aspects of London society during the thirties are presented in Waugh's early novel.
January 24, 2009 In 1920s London, as the Jazz Age blossomed, an eclectic set of young socialites issued in an era of irresponsibility and gilded fun. Biographer D.J. Taylor documents the debauchery in his new book, Bright Young People.
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