The advances in radio, film, television, and aviation all touch the more enterprising members of the family. For me, one of the more interesting sections dealt with the general strike , an event I had never heard of. So that is really it? Sourcebooks is publishing the books over here, but maybe they are simply being re-published for a US audience rather than offering her a contract to write more? After I managed to finally finish The Long Shadow I set out to dive right into the next but Anunciata was still annoying me.
Maybe I should try and plow through it before I need to go back to work. My understanding is that her contract only went up to book 34, and her publisher is not renewing it, which is too bad. I had high hopes that the Sourcebooks reissues would spark some interest, but I think those have stalled. The series really does pick up after Anunciata leaves the scene around book 8 or so. I loved the French Revolution books and the Victorian ones in particular.
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Wow Teresa, I really admire your stamina in getting through all 34 books at such a steady pace. What will your next great reading endeavor be? At one every month or so, they were actually great cures for reading slumps. The bit about village reputations alone is worth the entrance fee. Ah, Boccherini! The General Strike was really a big deal, with establishment figures like John Betjeman and Cyril Connolly and Evelyn Waugh and Cecil Beaton deciding which side would be more fun to support. John Betjeman, for example, had always wanted to drive a train, so that affected his dispassionate response.
Anyone who wishes to consider parallels between this strike and the s Winter of Discontent that eventually swept Margaret Thatcher to power, and on friendly terms with Ronald Reagan, is welcome to do so, but may find a well-trodden path already there. I could definitely see from this book how the strike was a huge deal. Are you going to be reviewing the new book do you think? You are commenting using your WordPress.
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