'A whole Gothic world had come to grief . . .'
Beautiful Lady Brenda Last lives at Hetton Abbey, a crumbling Gothic monstrosity that is her husband Tony's pride and joy. Bored and restless after seven years of marriage, she drifts into an affair with a worthless young socialite. Abandoning the country for the glamorous yet shallow London scene, Brenda imagines divorce will bring happiness. Instead she and Tony feel lost and isolated - victims of the wreckless times in which they live . . .
'One of the 20th century's most chilling and bitter novels; and one of its best.' Guardian
|Nom||A Handful of Dust|
|Date de parution||24 sept. 2014|
|Editions||Penguin Books Ltd (UK)|
|NB de pages||400 pages|
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