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Very good writing as usual from this author. Powerful insights into the WW1 era.Published 1 month ago by jbn
BORING! I had to drag myself through this book which was a requirement for an english class i took. I had other books to read and this was by far one of the mos boring and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by ladli
It was an okay book. I thought the book ended kinda weird and abruptly but it was interesting the direction the author was going into.Published 13 months ago by Jenn
There’s no better year to read “Life Class” than the 100th anniversary of its setting, 1914. Booker Prize-winner Pat Barker returns to the theme of her “Regeneration” trilogy—how... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bart Mills
further than this to main topic is the role women play in the WWI, how they start to participate in other activities different from bring up children and household. Read morePublished 20 months ago by amateco
Read every one of her books, this one does not disappoint. I only wish that there were more books to read. Well written every time.Published 23 months ago by Toadgram
A well written story on the eve of WWI, where four art students are honing their talents. They meet in the Life Class of their art studies in London. Read morePublished on November 4, 2013 by Valerie Allen