A brilliant portrait of a young girl's coming of age, The Lost Traveller tells of Clara, the beloved daughter of a devoted though authoritarian father and an imperious mother. In this devout Catholic family, father and daughter conduct an intense relationship that seems at odds with their faith and with the need for Clara to become a woman. Set against the backdrop of the First World War, Clara experiences the vagaries of adolescence and, faced with the first tragedy of her adult life, she realizes that neither parents nor faith can protect her from change.
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Antonia White was born in 1899 and educated at in London at St. Paul's and RADA. She worked as a journalist and in the Foreign Office, had four novels published and translated over thirty novels from French. She died in Sussex in 1980.Review:
Antonia White's sustained portrayal of Clara's budding into womanhood is a masterpiece * BOSTON Globe * An admirable piece of work . . . it would not be going too far to say that the book carries on the tradition of Charlotte Bronte in its unfolding of a young girl's experiences in coming to grips with the world * TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT *
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Buchbeschreibung Little, Brown Book Group, London, 1991. Paperback. Buchzustand: Very Good. 0860680959 Literature - Classics / Criticism Very good. Few creases. Clean copy. Quality, Value, Experience. Media Shipped in New Boxes. Artikel-Nr. GRAYTRPB27R3400