The Silver Spoon – Galsworthy, John

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Title: The Silver Spoon

Author: Galsworthy, John

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York

Publication Date: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Book Condition: NF
D-j Condition: Fair

Comments: Normal tanning on pages due to age. “Sept. 1926.” written in ink on inside cover. Price written on inside back cover. D-j has several small tears.


Synopsis:
 The plot of this novel of contemporary manners comes to focus upon a duel between two young women which is not the less fierce because fought out in the salon, the court and the ballroom.

The principles, both vivid creatures, are Fleur Forsyte, surrounded from birth by the Victorian Forsyte traditions, and Marjorie Ferrar, who with the license of her social group, “lives dangerously. “

About this central episode revolve many characters expressive of the conflicting view-points of the day, and by their actions contributing to the development of a brilliant satire on modern society.

Description

Title: The Silver Spoon

Author: Galsworthy, John

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York

Publication Date: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Book Condition: NF
D-j Condition: Fair

Comments: Normal tanning on pages due to age. “Sept. 1926.” written in ink on inside cover. Price written on inside back cover. D-j has several small tears.


Synopsis:
 The plot of this novel of contemporary manners comes to focus upon a duel between two young women which is not the less fierce because fought out in the salon, the court and the ballroom.

The principles, both vivid creatures, are Fleur Forsyte, surrounded from birth by the Victorian Forsyte traditions, and Marjorie Ferrar, who with the license of her social group, “lives dangerously. “

About this central episode revolve many characters expressive of the conflicting view-points of the day, and by their actions contributing to the development of a brilliant satire on modern society.

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