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  • Added By: viktoriabaida1
  • Genre: Сlassic
  • Date of first publication: 1922
  • Number of pages: ~ 84
  • Amazon Rating ~ 3.9/5
John Golsworthy is an English prose writer and playwright, author of the famous cycle “The Forsyte Saga,” Nobel Prize in Literature (1932). In the drama "Fidelity," he expressed concern for the "lost generation" that comes into life after the end of World War I. Although the author’s position is limited by his belief in the inviolability of the bourgeois system, loyalty to realism led to the fact that the panorama he created correctly reflected the gradual decline of the English bourgeoisie. But if in the pre-war period, in his writings, the predatory egoism of the Forsytes was mainly criticized, then after the war the writer especially notes the loss by the young generation of the bourgeoisie of solid moral principles and the inability to understand reality.
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