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The Forsyte Saga In Chancery by John Galsworthy

The Forsyte Saga In Chancery by John Galsworthy

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Book Condition: Used--Very Good
Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 0965046486
Pages: 373

"'The Forsyte Saga', a sprawling social satire of sex, power, and money, chronicles three generations of a Victorian family. Superior, arrogant, and confident, the Forsytes epitomize wealth and achievement, but underneath lies a rotting core of unhappy, brutal relationships, riven with jealousy and tension. The heart of the saga is the story of Soames Forsyte, partner in the family law firm, and his beautiful wife, Irene, who comes to despise him. 'In Chancery' revolves around the feud between Soames Forsyte and his cousin, 'Young Jolyon" Forsyte, after Irene divorces Soames to marry Jolyon."

Detailed Book Condition:
--This book includes the dust jacket.
--The dust jacket has very light shelf wear.
--There is a store sticker on the front cover.
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