Trifulca a la Vista

Trifulca a la Vista

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Satirizing the devoted followers of British fascism, this novel tells the story of a series of characters hailing from diverse backgrounds, and what happens when they meet in an out-of-the-way little British town. Sheltered Eugenia Malmains, one of the richest girls in England, is a loyal supporter of General Jack and his Union Jackshirts. Cosmopolitan Noel Foster and his intriguing friend Jasper Aspect search for rich heiresses to marry. And Lady Marjorie, accompanied by her friend Poppy, has run away from the mess that ensued after she called off her wedding. When they all join the locals of a small town in a theatrical representation between Pacifists and Jackshirts, tensions come to a boiling point."Satirizando a los devotos seguidores del fascismo britanico, esta novela narra la historia de una serie de personajes diversos origenes, y lo que sucede cuando se encuentran en un recondito pueblito ingles. La mimada Eugenia Malmains, una de las muchachas mas ricas de Inglaterra, es una fiel seguidora del capitan Jack y sus camisas tricolores. El cosmopolita Noel Foster y su intrigante amigo Jasper Aspect van a la caza de una rica heredera. Y Lady Marjorie, acompanada de su amiga Poppy, ha huido del revuelo provocado por haber cancelado su boda. Cuando todos ellos se unen a las personas locales de un pequeno pueblo para llevar a cabo una representacion teatral entre los fascistas y pacifistas, las tensiones explotan.""show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 126 x 200 x 18mm | 281.23g
  • Libros del Asteroide S.L.U.
  • Barcelona, United States
  • Spanish
  • New edition
  • 8492663499
  • 9788492663491
  • 1,394,852

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Devastatingly witty, Miss Mitford [was] one of Britain s most piercing observers of social manners. "New York Times," on the English-language edition"show more

About Nancy Mitford

Nancy Mitford was a novelist and biographer whose best-known works include "Highland Fling," "Love in a Cold Climate," and "The Pursuit of Love." She was one of the noted Mitford sisters, and one of the Bright Young People on the London social scene during the inter-war years. Charlotte Mosley was Nancy Mitford s niece by marriage. She is the editor of "The Mitfords: Letters between Six Sisters."" "Patricia Anton is a Spanish philologist and the translator of many works in English, including those by Nancy Mitford and Stephen King."show more

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850 ratings
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4 35% (296)
3 41% (350)
2 10% (87)
1 2% (19)
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