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First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant&apos s first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. Told largely through dialogue and a brittle prose that reflects the lives of its characters, this is an intriguing novel. It records a very exciting time in British history - when children stopped dressing like their parents, when music would influence an entire generation - the incredible cultural phenomenon of the 1960s. The Colour of Rain: First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant&apos s first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. Told largely through dialogue and a brittle prose that reflects the lives of its characters, this is an intriguing novel. It records a very exciting time in British history - when children stopped dressing like their parents, when music would influence an entire generation - the incredible cultural phenomenon of the 1960s. FICTION / Romance / Collections & Anthologies, Bloomsbury UK

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First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant s first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. Told largely through dialogue and a brittle prose that reflects the lives of its characters, this is an First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant s first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. Told largely through dialogue and a brittle prose that reflects the lives of its characters, this is an intriguing novel. It records a very exciting time in British history when children stopped dressing like their parents, when music would influence an entire generation the incredible cultural phenomenon of the 1960s. Adult, Fiction & Literature, The Colour of Rain~~ Emma Tennant~~Adult~~Fiction & Literature~~9781448211357, en, The Colour of Rain, Emma Tennant, 9781448211357, Bloomsbury Reader, 02/28/2013, , , , Bloomsbury Reader, 02/28/2013

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First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant's first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. First published in 1963 under the pen name of Catherine Aydy, this is Tennant's first novel. It recounts episodes in the lives of a group of privileged, empty people. It is a soap opera of childish adults, moving from one diversion to the next, pretending to be civilised. But their constructed world is fragile. It might be self-supporting, but it is obvious how easily it can break or dissolve. Told largely through dialogue and a brittle prose that reflects the lives of its characters, this is an intriguing novel. It records a very exciting time in British history " when children stopped dressing like their parents, when music would influence an entire generation " the incredible cultural phenomenon of the 1960s. eBooks, Fiction~~Fiction - Special features~~Short Stories, Colour Of Rain~~EBook~~9781448211357~~Emma Tennant, , Colour Of Rain, Emma Tennant, 9781448211357, Bloomsbury Publishing, 02/28/2013, , , , Bloomsbury Publishing

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781448211357
Publishing year: 2013
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

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978-1-4482-1135-7


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