People In Glass Houses (Paperback)Shirley Hazzard (author)
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The 'People in Glass Houses' work for an American-based concern devoted to 'inflicting improvement' the world over.
Amongst them are sloppy but erudite Algie Wyatt, Swoboda, a Slav DP, who finally rebels against a daily inflow of documentation; modest Ashmole-Brown, whose surprise best-seller unseats Sadie Graine, the all-time corridor fixer; Jaspersen, who falls in and out of love with the Organization; and Clelia Kinslake, who meets the most critical non-crisis of her career in Crete.
Shirley Hazzard's eight dazzling stories are linked by a scorching contempt for the Organization.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 155 g
Dimensions: 195 x 123 x 12 mm
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