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The Duke In The Suburbs (Cód: 10104389)

Wallace,Edgar

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Descrição

And so on ad infinitum, or rather until the portentous and grave pronouncement 'Here is Kymott Terrace' shuts off the Crescent, its constitution and history. There are hundreds of Kymott Crescents in London Suburbia, populated by immaculate youths of a certain set and rigid pattern, of girls who affect open-worked blouses and short sleeves, of deliberate old gentlemen who water their gardens and set crude traps for the devastating caterpillar. And the young men play cricket in snowy flannels, and the girls get hot and messy at tennis, and the old gentlemen foregather in the evening at the nearest open space to play bowls with some labour and no little dignity. So it was with the Crescent. In this pretty thoroughfare with its £100 p.a. houses (detached), its tiny carriage drives, its white muslin curtains hanging stiffly from glittering brass bands, its window boxes of clustering geraniums and its neat lawns, it was a tradition that no one house knew anything about its next-door neighbour-or wanted to know. You might imagine, did you find yourself deficient in charity, that such a praiseworthy attitude was in the nature of a polite fiction, but you may judge for yourself. The news that No. 64, for so long standing empty, and bearing on its blank windows the legend 'To Let-apply caretaker,' had at length found a tenant was general property on September 6. The information that the new people would move in on the 17th was not so widespread until two days before that date.

Características

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Marca Blurb
Cód. Barras 9781389017322
Altura 22.91 cm
I.S.B.N. 138901732X
Profundidade 1.42 cm
Referência 9781389017322
Acabamento Capa dura
Número de Páginas 222
Peso 0.47 Kg
Largura 15.19 cm
AutorWallace,Edgar