Eva Trout
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Eva Trout
ISBN
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Released
January 1, 1969
Publisher
Jonathan Cape
  • Unsigned
  • Hardcover
  • UK First Edition, First Printing
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Book condition

Near-fine first edition with some lean to spine, some fading to the top (sprayed) edge, and a previous owner's name to the first flyleaf. In a very good unclipped dust jacket with several short tears to the back cover and wear to the corners, and a large repaired tear to bottom of spine.



About

Eva Trout, Elizabeth Bowen’s last novel, epitomizes her bold exploration of the territory between the comedy of manners and cutting social commentary.


Orphaned at a young age, Eva has found a home of sorts in Worcestershire with her former schoolteacher, Iseult Arbles, and Iseult's husband, Eric. From a safe distance in London, her legal guardian, Constantine, assumes that all's well. But Eva's flighty, romantic nature hasn't entirely clicked with the Arbles household, and Eva is plotting to escape. When she sets out to hock her Jaguar and disappear without a trace, she unwittingly leaves a paper trail for her various custodians–and all kinds of trouble–to follow.

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