The Freelands - John Galsworthy

The Freelands

By John Galsworthy

  • Release Date: 1933-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
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The Freelands John Galsworthy Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Mayday afternoon in Oxford Street, and Felix Freeland, a little late, on his way from Hampstead to his brother John's house in Porchester Gardens. Felix Freeland, author, wearing the very first gray top hat of the season. A compromise, that—like many other things in his life and works—between individuality and the accepted view of things, aestheticism and fashion, the critical sense and authority. After the meeting at John's, to discuss the doings of the family of his brother Morton Freeland—better known as Tod—he would perhaps look in on the caricatures at the English Gallery, and visit one duchess in Mayfair, concerning the George Richard Memorial.

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