The Voyage

The Voyage

by Charles Morgan
     
 

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'The Voyage' is a story warm with Morgan's love of France. Set in the Charente country and the Paris music-halls of the 1930s, 'The Voyage' tells of the travails of one man s quest for love: love for a woman, and love for France. First published in 1940, 'The Voyage' is widely regarded as Charles Morgan s finest work. Revived here by Capuchin Classics, and…  See more details below

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'The Voyage' is a story warm with Morgan's love of France. Set in the Charente country and the Paris music-halls of the 1930s, 'The Voyage' tells of the travails of one man s quest for love: love for a woman, and love for France. First published in 1940, 'The Voyage' is widely regarded as Charles Morgan s finest work. Revived here by Capuchin Classics, and introduced afresh by Anthony Gardner, this edition makes 'The Voyage' available once more to a modern readership. 'The Voyage' won the James Tait Black memorial prize in 1940.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780955960208
Publisher:
Capuchin Classics
Publication date:
01/01/2009
Series:
Capuchin Classics
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.60(d)

Meet the Author

Charles Morgan (1894-1958) is an English-born novelist and playwright of English and Welsh descent. His many novels include The Fountain (1932) and Sparkenbroke (1936).

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