Love in a Cold Climate
Publish date: 1954
Pages no: 249
Edition language: English
Series: Radlett & Montdore (#2)
In pains me to admit this, but perhaps I don't really get satire. I mean, I get what satire is, I can recognise it when I see it, but I don't know...I think I'm missing some small point that would allow me to revel in it. I'm a bit flummoxed on how to review Love in a Cold Climate. I really enjo...
The sequel to The Pursuit of Love. Fanny, is the daughter of the famous "Bolter", and so no stranger to scandal. She is is married to a practically non-existant husband, and narrates the story of her friend Polly -- a great beauty and social success -- refuses all suitors until finally choosing...
After thoroughly devouring its predecessor, [b:The Pursuit of Love|835458|The Pursuit of Love|Nancy Mitford|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1178768641s/835458.jpg|821072], I dove straight into this one without even looking at the back. Which turns out was a good thing, as the back of book descriptions ...
Please see my article at: http://www.suite101.com/content/nancy-mitfords-most-famous-novels-a381486
a fluff, a something of nothing, that is so very dated and non-funny.