The French Lieutenant's Woman (Paperback)John Fowles (author)
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A tale of windswept majesty from the mercurial John Fowles, The French Lieutenant’s Woman layers audacious narrative structures on top of an account of a passionate affair in a Victorian Dorset harbour town. Endlessly rewarding and utterly immersive, it is justly one of Fowles’ most famous works.
Widely acclaimed since publication, John Fowles' most beloved novel is the ultimate epic historical romance. Charles Smithson, a respectable engaged man, meets Sarah Woodruff as she stands on the Cobb at Lyme Regis, staring out to sea. Charles falls in love, but Sarah is a disgraced woman, and their romance will defy all the stifling conventions of the Victorian age.
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 330 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 30 mm
'A brilliant success... It is a passionate piece of writing as well as an immaculate example of storytelling.' - Financial Times
'Compulsively readable.' - Irish Times
'A splendid, lucid, profoundly satisfying work of art, a book which I want almost immediately to read again.' - New Statesman
'Brilliant...an artist of great imaginative power.' - Sunday Times
'Marvellous 1969 novel... You can read this book again and again, always finding something new and always falling in love with the hapless Charles.' - Val Hennessy, Daily Mail
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