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The Caravaners Paperback – January 23, 2008
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The problem is that the Baron, who thinks himself to be the epitome of correctness and virtue, is really just a colossal bore. He continually misreads every situation and every person he encounters. He is confounded by his wife who is becoming far too independent for a woman. And even though the story is narrated by the Baron, the more you read, the more you can sense that the other caravaners are not in agreement with him.
It is just masterfully written. If you are normally a fast reader, you may find yourself having to slow down and read this book carefully. There is so much subtlety in the writing, so much clever dialogue to savor. I absolutely loved this book.
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Some may find it dated but I thought it was wonderfully funny.Published 11 months ago by Lavinia Pleydell
A very good description of an autocratic bastard of a man written by a female author, in the times before women's liberation pre first World War.Published 12 months ago by Eva H. Morris