O, These Men, These Men: A Novel

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Moyer Bell Limited, 1935 - Fiction - 210 pages
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O, THESE MEN, THESE MEN!, first published in 1935 and long out of print, is one of Angela Thirkell's few non-Barsetshire novels. Believed to be something of a roman-a-clef, it deftly chronicles the sorrows and renewals, the heartbreak and graduation of happiness in the life of a refined young woman who has weathered the end of an ill-starred marriage.

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User Review  - KayCliff - LibraryThing

Assumed to be autobiographical, this non-Barsetshire novel chronicles the end of an unhappy marriage and a new beginning. Written in 1935, it shows a distressingly light-hearted attitude to Hitler and to Mosley's blackshirts. Read full review

O, These Men, These Men

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First published in 1945 and 1935, respectively, these are two more of the nearly 40 novels Thirkell wrote about the fictional British county of Barsetshire over a period of two decades. If Growing Up ... Read full review


CHAPTER page I Unhappy Prologue
Picking up the Threads
Cross Purposes

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