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An iconoclast's view,
This review is from: The Pursuit of Laughter (Hardcover)
I loved this book. Lady Mosley was well-connected, well read, and married one of the most notorious politicians of pre-War England, both she and her husband were imprisoned, on extremely dubious grounds, in the early years of World War II.
She read widely in English, French and German, and it seems to me that she formed her own opinion about everything and everyone she encountered. While not agreeing with her political stance, I enjoyed the reviews, subjective and objective, and delighted in her sense of humour.
This book sparkles.