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Author:
Louis Auchincloss
ISBN13:
978-0816148950
ISBN:
0816148953
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Publisher:
G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (July 1, 1990)
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1142 kb
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1116 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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297

Fellow Passengers book. Fellow Passengers (G K Hall Large Print Book Series). 0816148953 (ISBN13: 9780816148950).

Fellow Passengers book.

Louis Stanton Auchincloss (/ˈɔːkɪŋklɒs/; September 27, 1917 – January 26, 2010) was an American lawyer, novelist, historian, and essayist. He is best known as a novelist who parlayed his experiences into books exploring the experiences and psychology of American polite society and old money. He wrote his novels initially under the name Andrew Lee, the name of an ancestor who cursed any descendant who drank or smoked.

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This is Louis Auchincloss at the top of his form-a book to please his many admirers and delightful introduction for new readers as well.

Also, Freddy Cole is only mentioned in passing several times and unlike many other family members was apparently not interviewed by the author-it would have been nice to get some insights from Nat's younger brother and fellow singer

Also, Freddy Cole is only mentioned in passing several times and unlike many other family members was apparently not interviewed by the author-it would have been nice to get some insights from Nat's younger brother and fellow singer. Finally, the text is remarkably free of typos (for a change), except for the fact that the song "Sweet Lorraine" is mentioned several times and is misspelled with just one "r" every time.

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Dan Ruggles is a man well-ensconced in the moneyed, mannered world of high society in the 1930s, trying to discern the dreams, doubts, and loyalties of his friends, as well as his own
  • Writer Auchincloss usually writes tedious family-history novels but here he writes a book wherein each chapter is about a separate unconnected character. The result is insightful, different, and fascinating. I held back one star in my rating because I just don't care for books about the well-to-do; they seem (as this one sometimes does) pretentious and self-congratulatory. But the characters here are fully realized and will hold your interest. The book has the added advantage of each character having said just enough about him/her, so that you do not get tired of the personality. If you're looking for something a bit different, that you can pick up and put down, this is a good read.

  • Many stories have predictable plot points that are rehashed with new characters and settings. However, this book exemplifies Auchincloss's ability to tell a story without falling into the trap of one of these expected archetypes. Each chapter in the book corresponds to one person in the narrator's life, including family members, co-workers, school buddies, and family friends. Each character sketch is thoughtfully presented with delightful details. Although these portraits are totally unrelated in that each does not refer back to details in the previous chapters, they come together coherently to tell the story of the narrator, who not only ages with each chapter but also matures in his opinions about each character. The language flows easily, neither being too fast paced, nor too dry. A great read.