A Garden of Trees (British Literature)

A Garden of Trees (British Literature)

Nicholas Mosley


"When you might have placed your belief in shadows there's not anything that's genuine. have you ever came across this?"

Returning to London from a visit to the West Indies, an aspiring author encounters a bewitching trio of neighbors whose magic lies of their skill to show any scenario into myth. formerly misplaced on this planet, the narrator falls in love with the younger brother-sister pair of Peter and Annabelle, in addition to the older, extra political Marius. fact quickly encroaches upon the foursome, notwithstanding, within the type of Marius's in poor health spouse, forcing the narrator to confront the darkish vacancy and worry on the center of his acquaintances' joie de vivre. during this, his moment novel--written within the '50s and not ahead of published--Nicholas Mosley weighs questions of accountability and sacrifice opposed to these of affection and earthly wish, the spirit as opposed to the flesh.

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