3 edition of Party going found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ3.G8235 Par4, PR6013.R416 Par4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||51012431|
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'Party Going' is a relatively early example of a plotless novel. Not quite stream of consciousness it gets reasonably close to it and covers the state(s) of mind of a party of upper class London socialites about to embark on a train Party going book to the South of France but Party going book at a train station due to fog/5(8).
Party Going is a piece of human comedy but it isnt without its tragic overtones and a fine dose of absurdity. The departure of a train was delayed due to the soupy fog so the story is a scrupulous description, full of subtle psychological observations, of the process of waiting/5.
'Party Going' is a relatively early example of a plotless novel. Not quite stream of consciousness it gets reasonably close to it and covers the state(s) of mind of a party of upper class London socialites about to embark on a train journey to the South of /5(8).
About Party Going. A modernist “masterpiece” (The New York Times) that will appeal to fans of Downton Abbey and The Great GatsbyParty Going, published inis Henry Green’s darkly comic valediction to what W. Auden famously described as the “low dishonest decade” of the is sunk in an impenetrable fog.
Traffic has come to a halt. PARTY GOING moves the reader from scene to scene, through a series of conversations within a London train station and the adjoining hotel. Green has creates a layered narrative, which annoyingly, put this reader to the effort of tracking and linking the various ongoing by: 5.
A note on the text. Party Going, Henry Green’s second novel, followed his acclaimed modernist debut, Living, and marked the high point of his literary career. Party Going was published by Virginia and Leonard Woolf’s imprint, the Hogarth Press, injust before the outbreak of war.
Party Going is a novel by British writer Henry Green (real name Henry Vincent Yorke). It tells the story of a group of wealthy people travelling by train to a house party. Due to a fog, however, the train is much delayed and the group takes rooms in the adjacent large railway hotel.
All the action of the story takes place in the : Henry Green. This satiric and symbolic novel focuses on a small group of the idle rich in England just before World War II. While on the way to the south of France for an extended party hosted by the.
Party Going is an assemblage of moments, and of different kinds of awareness of the world, and even of writing. Party Going isn’t a novel in the usual sense of the term. It. Party-Going is a tremendous short novel, written in "real-time," it seems, the events of the novel unfolding during the two or three hours of a massive train delay caused by London fog.
(The time is the s.)/5. Title: Party Going Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, 8 X 5 X in Shipping dimensions: pages, 8 X 5 X in Published: April 4, Publisher: New York Review Books Language: English.
All three of these novels are terrific, but I think PARTY GOING is really Green's masterpiece. It's one of the funniest accounts of the Bright Young Things ever written, but it veers beyond Waugh to say much more serious things about class, modernity, social maneuvering, and abovve all compassion--Miss Fellowes' determination to take care of the dead pigeon, while 5/5(5).
‘Party Going’ is, if we are to believe what we are told by many senior literary figures, a masterpiece, and Henry Green is a genius. Sebastian Faulks, in his introduction to this Vintage Clasics edition, cites Green as a personal inspiration; W.H.
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London: Hogarth Press, Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. First edition of Party Going, "Green's masterpiece" (New York Times Book Review), published by Virginia and Leonard Woolf's famed Hogarth Press, in original dust jacket by modernist artist John Banting, a splendid copy.
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Get this from a library. Party going. [Henry Green; Amit Chaudhuri] -- Henry Green's darkly comic valediction to what W.H. Auden famously described as the "low dishonest decade" of the s.
London is sunk in an impenetrable fog. Traffic has come to a halt. Stranded in. This volume brings together three of Henry Green's intensely original novels - 'Loving' contrasts the lives of servants and masters in an Irish castle during World War II; 'Living' those of workers and owners in a Birmingham iron foundry; 'Party going' presents a party of wealthy travelers stranded by fog in a London railway hotel while throngs of workers await trains in the station /5(7).
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This volume brings together three of his novels contrasting the lives of servants and masters (Loving)- workers and owners, set in a Birmingham iron foundry (Living)- and the different lives of the wealthy and the ordinary, (Party Going).