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Author Name    JAMESON, Storm

Title   Company Parade

Binding   Softcover; Trade PB

Book Condition   Very Good-

Edition   Reprint

Publisher   London Virago Modern Classics c1934,1985

ISBN Number    0860682978 / 9780860682974

Seller ID   2536

345 pages; Edgeworn and rubbed with light spine and cover creases. ; The sixth volume in the Mary Hervey family saga. This is the story of Britain between 1918 and 1923, and of Hervey Russell, caught up in the fervor of London with her husband away in the Air Force and her baby left behind in Yorkshire. In some respects the novel is thinly veiled autobiography, shadowing as it does Jameson's early domestic upheaval and forays into literature. Breaches of loyalty and failed love are recurrent themes. Wonderful supporting characters are drawn, including the sympathetic portraiture of a Jewish press empire, a rare outlook in British literature. The author called this a "good crowded book" and the reader is likely to amend that to an excellent crowded book.' ; Mary Hervey Family Saga

British Woman Author Novel Hervey England Whitby Yorkshire

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