The French Lieutenant's Woman
By (author) John Fowles
French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles
Book DescriptionOf all John Fowles' novels The French Lieutenant's Woman received the most universal acclaim and today holds a very special place in the canon of post-war English literature. From the god-like stance of the nineteenth-century novelist that he both assumes and gently mocks, to the last detail of dress, idiom and manners, his book is an immaculate recreation of Victorian England. Not only is it the epic love story of two people of insight and imagination seeking escape from the cant and tyranny of their age, The French Lieutenant's Woman is also a brilliantly sustained allegory of the decline of the twentieth-century passion for freedom
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780099497073
(198mm x 129mm x 28mm)
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author John Fowles
Selected Poems, Paperback (July 2012)
John Fowles wrote poetry throughout his lifetime, but more during the 1950s and 1960s than later. This book presents a selection of his poetic work opening with two sequences dating from the early part of his career, two of which draw on his time living in Greece and his interest in Greek mythology.
Tree, Paperback / softback (September 2010)
In this series of moving recollections involving both his childhood and his work as a mature artist, Fowles explains the impact of nature on his life and the dangers inherent in our traditional urge to categorize, to tame, and ultimately to possess the landscape.
Mantissa, Paperback (November 2009)
Miles Green wakes up in a mysterious hospital with no idea of how he got there or who he is. He definitely doesn't remember his wife, or his children's names. An impossibly shapely specialist doctor tells him his memory nerve-center is connected to sexual activity, and calls in the even shapelier Nurse Cory to assist with treatment.
Book of Ebenezer le Page, Paperback (August 2007)» View all books by John Fowles
Eighty years old, Ebenezer Le Page has lived his whole life on the Channel Island of Guernsey, and as he reaches the end of his life he is determined to tell his own story and the stories of those he has known.
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Author Biography - John Fowles
John Fowles was born in England in 1926 and educated at Bedford School and Oxford University. He won international recognition with his first published title. The Collector (1963), being immediately acclaimed as an outstandingly innovative writer of exceptional imaginative power. This reputation was confirmed with the appearance of his subsequent works, including The Magus (1966) and The French Lieutenant's Woman (1969). John Fowles died in 2005.
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