Publish date: December 28th 1999
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Ltd
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: The Forsyte Saga .5 & 2 (#2)
After years of melancholy and private embarrassment, Soames Forsyte decides he should divorce his wife Irene, who left him years ago. He encourages his sister Winifred to divorce her husband when he steals her jewelry, threatens her, and heads off on a ship to South America with another woman. As de...
This is the second book in the Forsyte Saga and it is certainly more interesting and better written than the first one. We continue to read about the Forsyte family and their possessive ways. They are worshippers of mammon, their property. The men's property includes their wives and families. So...
I loved the first book in the Forsyte Saga so much that I went straight on to listen to #2. Once again, I enjoyed every moment of the audiobook which is superbly narrated by one of my otherwise least favourite narrators, the late David Case. His voice is a perfect match for Galsworthy's writing. The...
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