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Search For the Woman

Search For the Woman

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Longitud: 289 página4 horas

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SEARCH FOR THE WOMAN is the first of a quartet following the life and adventures of David through the astonishing social and political changes, in Britain and the wider world, from the end of the Second World War to the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century.

This book tells the story of an international romance through the social history of the Seventies, a time with particular resonance to the first decade of the twenty-first century. It is also a powerful polemic, told with humour and realism as the world approaches the year 2012.

In particular, David tries to make sense of the great changes in the relationship between the sexes during that time. Although written in fictionalized form, every word is true.

This is ‘A Kind of Loving’ for two decades later. A working-class boy makes good against the rapidly-changing and declining society that tries to hold back merit.

SEARCH FOR THE WOMAN puts the flesh of practical experience on the academic bones of Robin Baker’s brilliant ‘Sperm Wars’ and brings to life Andrew Marr’s ‘A History of Modern Britain’ showing how it really felt to live through those times.

The reader is uniquely drawn in with a style reminiscent of Hemingway. The witty, dry observations and insightful perspectives succinctly sum up the theme and bring it all to life. The poignancy where it appears adds to the roundness of the narrative. Readers who are old enough will be greatly impressed as it brings back many memories. Those too young to have lived through those times receive an informative experience.

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Search For the Woman

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Información sobre el libro

Search For the Woman

Longitud: 289 página4 horas

Descripción

SEARCH FOR THE WOMAN is the first of a quartet following the life and adventures of David through the astonishing social and political changes, in Britain and the wider world, from the end of the Second World War to the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century.

This book tells the story of an international romance through the social history of the Seventies, a time with particular resonance to the first decade of the twenty-first century. It is also a powerful polemic, told with humour and realism as the world approaches the year 2012.

In particular, David tries to make sense of the great changes in the relationship between the sexes during that time. Although written in fictionalized form, every word is true.

This is ‘A Kind of Loving’ for two decades later. A working-class boy makes good against the rapidly-changing and declining society that tries to hold back merit.

SEARCH FOR THE WOMAN puts the flesh of practical experience on the academic bones of Robin Baker’s brilliant ‘Sperm Wars’ and brings to life Andrew Marr’s ‘A History of Modern Britain’ showing how it really felt to live through those times.

The reader is uniquely drawn in with a style reminiscent of Hemingway. The witty, dry observations and insightful perspectives succinctly sum up the theme and bring it all to life. The poignancy where it appears adds to the roundness of the narrative. Readers who are old enough will be greatly impressed as it brings back many memories. Those too young to have lived through those times receive an informative experience.

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