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brickfield and The betrayal

L. P. Hartley

brickfield and The betrayal

by L. P. Hartley

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Published by H. Hamilton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe betrayal.
StatementL. P. Hartley.
The Physical Object
Pagination193, 313 p. ;
Number of Pages313
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13536300M
OCLC/WorldCa1927743

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: 'The brickfield' originally published: Description: [6],[2], pages ; 21 cm. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hartley, L.P. (Leslie Poles), Brickfield and The betrayal. London: H. Hamilton, © (OCoLC) In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life /5.

In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever.

In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life.

The Betrayal by L. Hartley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life and distorted his inner peace.

The consequences of this rash disclosure range from threats and blackmail to the entirely. The economy of the book is a wonder, and the power to conjure past time while staying awake to the present as brickfield and The betrayal book as one would expect * Anthony Burgess, Spectator * The quality of this excellent novel consists partly in the skilful evocation of bygone sights, sounds, smells and attitudes of mind, partly in the brilliant characterization, but above all in the delicate, tender treatment.

Richard's story is developed further in the sequel ~ The Betrayal. I enjoyed The Brickfield but with one caveat. In my edition ( - John Murry Publishers), the publishers seem to have revised the punctuation and have done away with the 'apostrophe S' ('s) in any word ending with an 's'.

E.G. "Jones's van" would become "Jones' van".Reviews: 9. Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. The Brickfield is a disappointingly dreary work by a superlative writer.

The narrator recounts a long essentially pointless tale of what may or may not have been a youthful love affair. The only potentially interesting character is the narrator's secretary but this thread is never s: 9. Brand new Book. A lonely boy living on his uncle's farm in the Lincolnshire Fens, Richard Mardick's solitary existence is interrupted by a chance meeting, and idyllic love affair, with Lucy.

The Brickfield is a disappointingly dreary work by a superlative writer. The narrator recounts a long essentially pointless tale of what may or may not have been a youthful love affair.

The only potentially interesting character is the narrator's secretary but this thread is never developed. One person found this helpfulReviews: 9. The sequel to "The Brickfield" provides charming glimpses of early 20th century EnglishchildhoodRichard Mardick, now an aging novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life and distorted his inner peace.

The sequel to The Brickfield provides charming glimpses of early 20th century English childhood. Richard Mardick, now an aging novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life and distorted his inner s: 1.

out of 5 stars 1 rating In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death has forever marred his life and distorted his inner s: 1.

In The Betrayal, the sequel to The Brickfield, Richard Mardick, now an ageing novelist, is forced by circumstances to look back on the days of his boyhood and confesses to Denys Aspin, his young secretary and biographer-to-be, how Lucy's death ha.

Proceeds from the book will go to Hands Across Brickfields, a church project in which about packets of food are distributed to the poor, including destitute single-parent families, drug addicts and the homeless, every Sunday at the compound of the Lutheran church.

Balan has been pastor of the church for the past five years. Other works include The Betrayal, The Brickfield, The Boat, My Fellow Devils, A Perfect Woman and Eustace and Hilda, for which he was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.

He was awarded the CBE in   Other written works include: The Betrayal, My Fellow Devils, A Perfect Woman, The Brickfield and Eustace and Hilda, for which he was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.

He was awarded the CBE in --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this s: 2. This is a short novel ( pages in the first edition), and is similar in some ways to "The Go-Between"/5(8).L.P.

Hartley has books on Goodreads with ratings. L.P. Hartley’s most popular book is The Go-Between.Leslie Poles Hartley CBE (30 December – 13 December ) was a British novelist and short story writer.

Although his first fiction was published inhis career was slow to take off. His best-known novels are the Eustace and Hilda trilogy (–47) and The Go-Between (). The latter was made into a film inas was his novel The Hireling in