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Released June 18, 1973
ISBN 9780434599202

£90.00

The eleventh novel in Anthony Powell's brilliant twelve-novel sequence, A Dance to the Music of Time.

Around 1958, a decade on from the preceding novel, Books Do Furnish a Room, Jenkins attends an international literary conference in Venice, where the death is announced of French author Ferrand-Sénéschal. Dr Emily Brightman introduces Jenkins to Russell Gwinnett, a prospective biographer of X Trapnel with a faintly alarming manner. Gwinnett naturally wishes to meet Pamela Widmerpool, and he produces a press report linking her with Ferrand-Sénéschal's death...

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Anthony Powell

Anthony Powell CH CBE, was born in 1905 and was an English novelist, best known for his twelve-volume work A Dance to the Music of Time, published between 1951 and 1975.

Powell's major work has remained in print continuously and has been the subject of TV and radio dramatisations. In 2008, the Times newspaper named Powell among their list of "The 50 greatest British writers since 1945".

Powell has been called 'the English Proust'.

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