Orphaned, friendless and bewildered, young Felix Latimer comes to wartime Jerusalem to lodge with Miss Bohun.
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"Here is a woman of unfathomable depths of meanness and cunning -- a triumph of portraiture, compassionate, witty and assured." ( Time and Tide)
"Distinctly out of the ordinary, School for Love shows remarkable qualities of force and originality." ( Times Literary Supplement)
""Deep, sharp and narrow." That is a phrase which has been applied to some of the finest mathematical analysts: I should like to borrow it to describe Olivia Manning -- This is a remarkable book." ( C. P. Snow)
"In common with the best writers, Olivia Manning has, besides wit, a sympathetic heart and a barometer-like sensitivity to the vagaries of human behaviour" ( Birmingham Post)
From the most considerable of our women novelists a compelling portrait of a relationship between a young man and a matriarch.
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Book Description Penguin, 1982. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 140059326