The book class
A rich tapestry of life, passion, triumph, tragedy, and illumination unfolds against the backdrop of the Book Class, twelve women from the heights of New York society who meet monthly over sixty years to discuss selected literary works.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Aa friend of mine once remarked succinctly that all of Louis Auchincloss' books were really the same work. There is much truth to that. That is not necessarily a bad thing, if it means that you write with technical skill, and write about what you know. But it can be a really bummer if your life is, after all, pretty dull -- which is about the kindest thing lone can say about the upper-bourgeois ladies in this opus.
Review: The Book ClassUser Review - Goodreads
A bit of a disappointment in what I was looking for in the book. The early 19th century when women first won the vote and WW1 had already passed into WW2 starting. Rather than concentrate on the new ...