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A Double Life

Raphael, Frederic

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ISBN 10: 1857970438 / ISBN 13: 9781857970432
Editore: Orion, London, 1993
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Chronicles the private life of a french diplomat, from his formative wartime youth to the present day. 374pp. Dustjacket price clipped. 240x160mm. Codice inventario libreria 5449/s30

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Titolo: A Double Life

Casa editrice: Orion, London

Data di pubblicazione: 1993

Legatura: Cloth

Condizione libro: Very Good

Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good

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Guy de Roumengouse has recently concluded an unblemished but unremarkable career in the French diplomatic service. In writing his memoirs, he remembers and confronts the betrayals and dislocations that have shaped and warped his life and also revives the figures of his past.

About the Author:

Frederic Raphael was born in Chicago in 1931. He was educated at Charterhouse and St. John's College in Cambridge where he was a major scholar in Classics. He has written nineteen novels. His other works include translations, essays and radio plays. He is a regular contributor to The Sunday Times literary and travel pages. He is married with three children. He divides his time between France and England.

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