ELIZABETH BOWEN – THE HOTEL

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ELIZABETH BOWEN – THE HOTEL

150.00

First edition, published by The Dial Press, New York, 1928

In the words of the Saturday Review of Literature; “The book is social comedy of the most intricate merit, malicious and tender, the neat elixir of observation. Its people dreadfully alive, so much so that you carry them on in your mind after finishing the story, wondering what will become of them.”

Set in a Hotel on the Riviera in the ‘20s, Bowen tells the story of a girl, an older woman and a clergyman and a whole crowd of high society characters.

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Condition: Near fine, small chip to bottom right corner of dust jacket