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Party Going Henry Green
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In the late s, when I was a graduate student in Oxford, I bought a volume of three novels by an author I hadn't heard of, Henry Green. Party Going, Henry Green's second novel, followed his acclaimed modernist debut, Living, and marked the high point of his literary career. Party Going is a novel by British writer Henry Green It tells the story of a group of wealthy people travelling by train to a house party. Due to a fog, however.
Party Going has ratings and 58 reviews. Lisa said: Not Too Much Ado About Nothing, or Waiting For Fog-Gone, or Life is what happens while you ar. Party Going (NYRB Classics) [Henry Green, Amit Chaudhuri] on anjaninandancaterers.com * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A modernist masterpiece (The New York. Party Going [Henry Green] on anjaninandancaterers.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers .
Henry Green was a one-off, a writer of undoubted genius. He was difficult to know – Henry Green was his pseudonym and, unlikely though it. Critics of Henry Green are generally agreed that Party Going lacks the stature of Party Going and to glance at some of the book's further levels of significance. A modernist "masterpiece" (The New York Times) that will appeal to fans of Downton Abbey and The Great Gatsby Party Going, published in. Henry Green's greatness as a writer came from his conviction that we can But Green made a terrific leap in his next novel, “Party Going”.