Bright Young People: The Lost Generation Of Londons Jazz Age D.J. Taylor

ISBN: 9781616793357

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384 pages


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Bright Young People: The Lost Generation Of Londons Jazz Age  by  D.J. Taylor

Bright Young People: The Lost Generation Of Londons Jazz Age by D.J. Taylor
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The modern obsession with celebrity began with the Bright Young People, a voraciously pleasure-seeking band of bohemian party-givers and blue-blooded socialites who romped through the gossip columns of 1920s London. Drawing on the virtuosic and oftenMoreThe modern obsession with celebrity began with the Bright Young People, a voraciously pleasure-seeking band of bohemian party-givers and blue-blooded socialites who romped through the gossip columns of 1920s London. Drawing on the virtuosic and often wrenching writings of the Bright Young People themselves, the biographer and novelist D.

J. Taylor has produced an enthralling account of an age of fleeting brilliance.



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