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Confusion

Elizabeth Jane Howard


9780330339957

Pan


Fiction & Literature;
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945);
Sagas


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496 pages

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Confusion is the third novel in Elizabeth Jane Howard's bestselling Cazalet Chronicles. London and Sussex, 1942. The privileged English family in turmoil . . . The long, dark days of struggle provide the poignant background to the third book of the Cazalet Chronicles. As the war enters its fourth year, chaos has become a way of life. Both in the still peaceful Sussex countryside, and in air-raid-threatened London, the divided Cazalets begin to find the battle for survival echoing the confusion in their own lives. Read the next books in the series, Casting Off and All Change, or start from the beginning with The Light Years and Marking Time.

By:   Elizabeth Jane Howard
Imprint:   Pan
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   New edition
Volume:   v.3
Dimensions:   Height: 197mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 33mm
Weight:   378g
ISBN:   9780330339957
ISBN 10:   0330339958
Series:   Cazalet Chronicles
Pages:   496
Publication Date:   November 2013
Recommended Age:   From 18
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Elizabeth Jane Howard is the author of fourteen highly acclaimed novels, most recently Love All. The Cazalet Chronicles - The Light Years, Marking Time, Confusion and Casting Off - have become established as modern classics and were adapted for a major BBC television series. In 2002 Macmillan published her autobiography, Slipstream. In that same year she was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.


This third in the superb 'Cazalet Chronicle' moves from March 1942, through the last three years of WW II, to VE Day, charting the war's social and emotional effects on a very stoic, well-bred, English country family, subtly and graphically portraying the crumbling of their world, and often perturbing discoveries about themselves. Undoubtedly a classic. (Kirkus UK)

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