Pull up a chair and watch the well-born go at it in all their private glory. It's grand fun. Of course there are a clutch of characters who are not from the upper reaches of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by VG
I can't recommend THIS EDITION! I find it very hard to read. It is heavy and difficult to hold open because the binding-edge margins are too small. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Snapperblue
This four-part Mega-novel is a unique and utterly charming view into life in England in the 20th century. Don't be put off by the cover, this is a light-hearted masterpiece.Published 2 months ago by Mercedes Lackey
I think the miniseries would be more interesting than the books. Very slow reading and plot development.Published 4 months ago by Woomie Dew
This edition has the first three volumes in the twelve novel, “A Dance to the Music of Time,” comprising A Question of Upbringing, A Buyer’s Market and The Acceptance World. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S Riaz
Read some time ago.... SPLENDID stuff... I don't know what it would be like not to have read these books; an imaginative vacumn..
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I began reading "A dance ... " because a very dear friend loved it so (she'd read it in full three times) but I nearly set it down halfway through "A Buyer's Market" because of my... Read morePublished 18 months ago by CivRes
Anthony Powell's "A Dance to the Music of Time" runs from the early 1920s to the beginning of the 1970s and consists of 12 volumes in which around 400 characters appear. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by John Fitzpatrick
Anthony Powell's decision to divide his twelve part opus into four separate parts, and to label each of these parts a movement, captures the spirit of this epic novel with one... Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by PuroShaggy