A modern comedy, Volume 1

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C. Scribner's sons, 1930 - Fiction - 798 pages

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User Review  - amerynth - LibraryThing

As John Galsworthy's followup trilogy to the marvelous "Forsyte Chronicles," "A Modern Comedy" was a fun way to catch up with the newer generation of the Forsyte family. This second set up books (and ... Read full review

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Who knew there was so much to the Forsyte saga? In these three books Fleur Mont, daughter of Soames, takes centre stage. She is an egotistical and self-centred charmer, adored by her father and loved ... Read full review

Contents

Part I
3
OLD FORSYTE AND OLD MONT
30
vin bicket
44
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