by Jane Gardam
Editor: Europa Editions
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Book Jane Gardam’s One of Jane Gardam’s Old Dirt Trilogy Trilogy Sir Edward Feathers had a brilliant career, from his debut as a lawyer in Southeast Asia, where he earned the nickname of Old Filth (SALETY being the acronym for Failure To London Try Hong Kong), to his last days of respected work as a judge at the English bar.Yet, through all that he took with him the wounds of a difficult and emotionally hollow early childhoodNow, a four-year-old widower living comfortably in solitude, in the Dorset, Feathers is finally free from the work regime and sentimental scaffolding, which has supported throughout his lifeIt slips backwards, in the past, with always mounting of the frequency and intensity, and the tide, of these vivid colors, of lyrics, of daydreams, of Feathers in the approach of a reconciliation with its own history.Not all the old ones of dirt, it seems, can be cleaned awayBorrowing from biography and history, Jane Gardam wrote a literary masterpiece that recalls Rudyard Kipling Baa Baa, Black Sheep which recounts much of the twentieth century is torrid and memorable history.Feathers ” from childhood in Malaysia during the British Empire to its peak, its pre-war schooling, England, professional success in Southeast Asia and its return to England towards the end of the millennium, are views from which the reader can observe the advance of the rich epoch and the constant progress of mankind, Sir Edward of Feathers, from the Old C
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