A Handful of Dust - Penguin Essentials (Paperback)
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A Handful of Dust - Penguin Essentials (Paperback)

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'A whole Gothic world had come to grief . . .' Beautiful Lady Brenda Last lives at Hetton Abbey, a crumbling Gothic monstrosity that is her husband Tony's pride and joy. Bored and restless after seven years of marriage, she drifts into an affair with a worthless young socialite. Abandoning the country for the glamorous yet shallow London scene, Brenda imagines divorce will bring happiness. Instead she and Tony feel lost and isolated - victims of the wreckless times in which they live . . .

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241970553
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 176 g
Dimensions: 181 x 111 x 19 mm

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“This author wrote the end before the beginning”

A top 100 modern day classic written in English. Evelyn Waugh takes a satirical dig at the landed gentry and the decay of English society, the disintegration of moral standards and the resulting shallow set of values.... More

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