The Perfect Summer: Dancing into Shadow in 1911

by Juliet Nicolson

McArthur & Company | September 13, 2007 | Trade Paperback

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The summer of 1911 was one of the high sunlit meadows of English history, but on the horizon lurked a gathering storm. A new king was on the throne and the aristocracy were at play. Yet as temperatures soared, cracks appeared under the surface with strikes, class divisions and the seeds of war to come. Through the eyes of a series of exceptional individuals - among them a debutante, a choirboy, a politicians, a trade unionist, a butler and the Queen - Juliet Nicolson illuminates a turning point in history.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 304 pages, 3.25 × 2.17 × 0.33 in

Published: September 13, 2007

Publisher: McArthur & Company

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1552786870

ISBN - 13: 9781552786871

Found in: History

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The Perfect Summer: Dancing into Shadow in 1911

by Juliet Nicolson

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 304 pages, 3.25 × 2.17 × 0.33 in

Published: September 13, 2007

Publisher: McArthur & Company

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1552786870

ISBN - 13: 9781552786871

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The summer of 1911 was one of the high sunlit meadows of English history, but on the horizon lurked a gathering storm. A new king was on the throne and the aristocracy were at play. Yet as temperatures soared, cracks appeared under the surface with strikes, class divisions and the seeds of war to come. Through the eyes of a series of exceptional individuals - among them a debutante, a choirboy, a politicians, a trade unionist, a butler and the Queen - Juliet Nicolson illuminates a turning point in history.

About the Author

Juliet Nicolson is a journalist and writer. She lives in London and Sissinghurst, Kent"
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