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269 pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout. When Soames Hears His Daughter Fleur Described As A Snob And A Nobody In Her Own House, He Orders The Speaker, Fast-living Marjorie To Leave.
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"In naming this second part of The Forsyte Chronicles 'A modern comedy' the word comedy is stretched, perhaps, as far as the word Saga was stretched to cover the first part. And yet, what but a comedic view can be taken, what but comedic significance gleaned, of so restive a period as that in which we have lived since the war?" -- John GalsworthyBook Description:
Soames Forsyte will do anything he can to protect his beloved daughter Fleur
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Book Description Soft cover. Condition: Good. 1970 reprint. 270pp. paperback: Good+ [text is age browned; else a nice clean, complete & tight copy] One of the Forsyte chronicle of novels by the English Nobel Literature Laureate Galsworthy (1867-1933), originally published in 1926. Seller Inventory # 17959
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Reprint; Third Printing. Two splits at base of spine, ink name on front endpaper, slight cover creasing. ; Cover photo showing Susan Hampshire as Fleur in the BBC TV adaptation. ; 270 pages; The second book of The Modern Comedy being the fifth book of the Forsyte Saga. When Soames Forsyte hears his daughter Fleur described as a snob and a nobody in her own house, he orders the speaker, Marjorie Ferrars, to leave. Brittle social niceties collapse as tension gathers. And fashionable London watches as events move towards a head-on collision in court between Forsyte standards and the morals of a new generation. Mass Market PB. Seller Inventory # 2664
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1970 Penguin reprint paperback, Book five of the Forsyte Saga; very good clean copy, appears unread; UK dealer, immediate dispatch. Seller Inventory # J5154v