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[EAN: 9781566630252], Neubuch, [PU: Ivan R. Dee], REX WARNER,CLASSICS,LITERARY,DEMOCRACY, Fiction|General, Paperback. 310 pages. Dimensions: 8.1in. x 6.3in. x 0.8in.First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Mr. Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time. The value of The Aerodrome as literature becomes increasingly apparent at each rereading . . . an intensely original work. Anthony Burgess. A moral dialogue thrown into narrative form. It is humanity versus power, sprawling fife versus death-dealing regimentation. . . . A parable worth reading. New York Times. The beauty of his prose, unsurpassed by any living English writer, has nothing to do with fine writing but springs from a sound moral core and from an intelligence with the keenest edge. C. Day Lewis. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy-and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Mr. Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time. The value of The Aerodrome as literature becomes increasingly apparent at each rereading ... an intensely original work.-Anthony Burgess. A moral dialogue thrown into narrative form. It is humanity versus power, sprawling fife versus death-dealing regimentation.... A parable worth reading.-New York Times. The beauty of his prose, unsurpassed by any living English writer, has nothing to do with `fine writing'' but springs from a sound moral core and from an intelligence with the keenest edge.-C. Day Lewis. Rex Warner, Anthony Burgess, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, The Aerodrome: A Love Story Books>Social and Cultural Studies, Ivan R. Dee

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First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy?and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Mr. Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time. "The value of The Aerodrome as literature becomes increasingly apparent at each rereading ... an intensely original work."?Anthony Burgess. "A moral dialogue thrown into narrative form. It is humanity versus power, sprawling fife versus death-dealing regimentation.... A parable worth reading."?New York Times. "The beauty of his prose, unsurpassed by any living English writer, has nothing to do with `fine writing' but springs from a sound moral core and from an intelligence with the keenest edge."?C. Day Lewis. classics,contemporary,democracy,fiction,ideologies and doctrines,literary,literature and fiction,politics and government,politics and social sciences,romance Democracy, Ivan R. Dee

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[EAN: 9781566630252], Neubuch, [PU: Ivan R Dee, Inc, United States], Fiction|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy-and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Mr. Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time. The value of The Aerodrome as literature becomes increasingly apparent at each rereading .an intensely original work. -Anthony Burgess. A moral dialogue thrown into narrative form. It is humanity versus power, sprawling fife versus death-dealing regimentation.A parable worth reading. -New York Times. The beauty of his prose, unsurpassed by any living English writer, has nothing to do with fine writing but springs from a sound moral core and from an intelligence with the keenest edge. -C. Day Lewis.

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[EAN: 9781566630252], Neubuch, [PU: Ivan R Dee, Inc, United States], Fiction|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy-and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Mr. Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time. The value of The Aerodrome as literature becomes increasingly apparent at each rereading .an intensely original work. -Anthony Burgess. A moral dialogue thrown into narrative form. It is humanity versus power, sprawling fife versus death-dealing regimentation.A parable worth reading. -New York Times. The beauty of his prose, unsurpassed by any living English writer, has nothing to do with fine writing but springs from a sound moral core and from an intelligence with the keenest edge. -C. Day Lewis.

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The Aerodrome: A Love Story

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One of the few works of fiction in the 20th century to explore the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of facism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781566630252
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1566630258
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 1993
Editeur: IVAN R DEE INC
316 Pages
Poids: 0,349 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781566630252

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