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The Polyglots, William Gerhardie

Author Name    William Gerhardie

Title   The Polyglots

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good Condition

Jacket Condition   Very Good

Edition   Revised Edition

Publisher   New York St. Marton's Press 1970

Seller ID   231158

Preface by Michael Holroyd. The Polyglots is the story of an eccentric Belgian family living in the Far East in the uncertain years after World War I and the Russian Revolution. The tale is recounted by their dryly conceited young English relative, Captain Georges Hamlet Alexander Diabologh, who comes to stay with them during a military mission. Teeming with bizarre characters-depressives, obsessives, paranoiacs, hypochondriacs, and sex maniacs-Gerhardie paints a brilliantly absurd world where the comic and the tragic are profoundly and irrevocably entwined. 328 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Fiction; United States; Fiction; Inventory No: 231158. Hardcover

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