The World of William Clissold Vol 1 and 2 Hardcover – 1933
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The World of William Clissold Vol.1, hardcover, Waterlow & Sons Limited, London, 1933. Dark Blue Leather. Book Condition: Good- Minimal wear to edges.Cover is Black board with gold decoration and is part of a matching set.
Top Customer Reviews
He tells the story with a distance which suggests that he is not sure that he himself (since the story is partly autobiographical) made the right choices.
It doesn't end. Wells doesn't give us the final phases of the war. He leaves us with Letty's joy, Mr Brittling's grief and hope, Cissie's fear and Mr Direck's uncertain fate. It's a difficult, slow book that's very much worth the read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not one of his best but still a good read.
Set at the start of WW1 it raises some interesting thoughts about how things have changed but essentially stayed the same
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