Children of the Sun book. Children of the Sun is a story of brilliant and later famous young people who deliberately chose decadence as an alternative lifestyle.
Children of the Sun book. The setting is England between World War I and World War II. The cast of characters includes Evelyn Waugh, Randolph Churchill, W. H. Auden, Christopher Isherwood, and Cecil Beaton among others.
Items related to Children of the Sun A Narrative Of "Decadence". David Green Children of the Sun A Narrative Of "Decadence" in England After 1918. ISBN 13: 9780465010400. Children of the Sun A Narrative Of "Decadence" in England After 1918.
But I like the book, and what Green has to say about Waugh, the Sitwells, the effect of the First War on the . The mind of this Martin Green is beautiful to experience. If you enjoy historical ideas and the drama of the mind, you'll love this book.
But I like the book, and what Green has to say about Waugh, the Sitwells, the effect of the First War on the minds of young aristocrats, is an education. He writes about the period in English intellectual history stretching from the late Victorian period through WWI and into the 30's and 40's.
Written by. Martin B. Green. Manufacturer: Axios Press Release date: 18 September 2008 ISBN-10 : 1604190019 ISBN-13: 9781604190014.
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A Side Street In Etaples, June 1918 : after 'The Kiddies in the Ruins'. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
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