Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion

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  • Title: Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion
  • Author: Norman Douglas
  • ISBN: 9781432575458
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
  • Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion

    Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard to find books with something of interest for everyone

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      Published :2018-08-21T00:02:05+00:00

    One thought on “Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion

    1. Orsodimondo

      Sar�� un caso, o sar�� ovvio, l'ho letto quando ho cominciato a frequentare Capri con una certa assisuit��.

    2. Marek Waldorf

      Calling cards picked at random out of a Japanese bowl form the basis for this book of autobiographical remembrances, including (the first): "I have known some wine merchants in my day, but have no recollection of this one." May somebody bring LOOKING BACK back into print.

    3. spisok_korablei

      Those passages where D. speaks of his innumerable illustrious acquaintances are quite captivating since he doesn’t spare them in the least (most of them being or presumed dead plays into his hand). He only changes names while leaving the initials which surely can’t be half as discreet a treatment as those people might have wished to receive.Having been on occasion a hanger-on and having, it is worth noting, the guts or at least the nonchalance to admit it, he unfrettedly ridicules his benefa [...]

    4. trovateOrtensia

      Mi è sembrata interessante l'idea di costruire delle narrazioni a partire dai biglietti da visita raccolti da Douglas durante la sua vita, lunga e movimentata. Ma questo Norman Douglas è veramente uno snob aristocratico e vacuo che, mentre intorno a lui nel mondo succede di tutto (la Grande Guerra e la Rivoluzione d'ottobre, per dirne due), sembra preoccupato soltanto di acquistare una villa a Capri o di sorseggiare uno scotch di buona qualità a Malindi. Odioso.

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