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Yet the writing is so full that we can feel part of this other world.
I came to this story by the back door. Read more
Many of today's "authors" could not sharpen Maugham's pencils. Maestro at character development. If he is new to you, read "The Razor's Edge" first. RAMPublished 1 month ago by robert a. mullen
The descriptions of Parisian and US Society are a step back in time.
But the confrontation of frivolity mixed up with conventional values with someone immune to both of... Read more
Absorbing from start to finish. The story itself, that is the plot, is not very exciting but this is a book that is hard to put down because of the luscious but not precious... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert K Dolgoff
Somerset Maugham is really worth reading. I personally liked The Painted Veil better, but enjoyed The Razor's Edge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Ann Richardson
An old favorite from one of the great authors of the English language - Mr. Maugham ostensibly is writing about Larry - who comes very close to being a saint - but in fact, he is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Victor J. Banis