The Fortnight in September: A Novel

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F. A. Stokes, 1932 - Families - 310 pages
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English family of five spends vacation at the seashore.

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The Fortnight in September tells the story of the Stevens' family's annual summer holiday in Bognor Regis around 1930, probably the heyday of the traditional British seaside holiday. Mr and Mrs ... Read full review

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“But over all lay a spirit of joyful, unrestrained freedom. There were no servants—no masters: no clerks—no managers—just men and women whose common profession was Holidaymaker.” Every September ... Read full review


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