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Stuart Hutchinson
Like the central character in his novel, Stuart Hutchinson was born and brought up in a small coal mining and cotton spinning town in Lancashire, England. Unlike the central character, he went to university and eventually taught literature mainly at the University of Kent at Canterbury (England),... show more

Like the central character in his novel, Stuart Hutchinson was born and brought up in a small coal mining and cotton spinning town in Lancashire, England. Unlike the central character, he went to university and eventually taught literature mainly at the University of Kent at Canterbury (England), but also in universities in the USA, Germany, and Poland. He's written on novelists from George Eliot to Don DeLillo. With his wife he sings, travels, keeps fit, and enjoys the offspring. A poor result for Manchester United (not often) makes him miserable. Like the central character he might have been a pro-footballer. But if, in the words of Emily Dickinson, his life ever stood 'a Loaded Gun', it never exploded. For the central character it did!
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halfmanhalfbook
halfmanhalfbook rated it 5 years ago
Not something that I would ever consider pick up, and was read as part of a book club read. It is set in the upper echelons of New York society in the late 1800's, and Wharton has written about a series of families and their interactions. One of the cousins in this society has separated from her hus...
Words of a Bibliophile
Words of a Bibliophile rated it 11 years ago
This beautifully-written classic tells the story of people trapped in the "eternal triangle of love". Edith Wharton skillfully details the lifestyle, customs and manners of upper-class New York society in the 1870s, in which every family seems to be related one way or another.Newland Archer, who is ...
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