Children of the Sun: A Narrative of Decadence in England After 1918by Martin Green
Children of the Sun is Martin Green's term for that brilliant and influential generation of young men who, in the aftermath of World War I, refused to become the fathers, husbands, and heads of households their fathers had been before them. Instead, they cultivated, all their lives, alternative styles of young manhood-the dandy, the rogue, and the naif-which then became for a time the dominant cultural styles of much of the Engish-speaking world.
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