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The Sparsholt Affair
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25 Sep Alan Hollinghurst's sixth novel, The Sparsholt Affair, opens in Oxford during the second world war and ends in London in As with its. About The Sparsholt Affair. “Call Me By Your Name meets Evelyn Waugh in a gorgeous novel about the generations-long aftershocks of a youthful tryst. 'Hollinghurst has a strong, perhaps unassailable claim to be the best English novelist working today.' - Guardian. In October , the handsome young David .
The Sparsholt Affair has ratings and reviews. Helle said: I have NOT read this new novel by Alan Hollinghurst yet - it only came out a few days. 12 Mar It's called "The Sparsholt Affair." And it centers on how the laws of social propriety shape the destinies of a father and son, spanning the. 21 Mar The title of Alan Hollinghurst's new novel, The Sparsholt Affair, is the moniker given to a fictional British scandal from the s. Like the.
4 Oct When we first encounter David Sparsholt – the character from whom Alan Hollinghurst's exquisite sixth novel takes its title – he's just a. 19 Mar Longing, wronging, and belonging in Alan Hollinghurst's “The Sparsholt Affair.”. 12 Mar The Sparsholt Affair” is a slow but impeccable novel that plays out across nearly a century of gay life in England. 7 Oct The Sparsholt Affair review: A blitz of gay longing. Alan Hollinghurst is very good on aspects of gay life in a novel to admire, perhaps, rather. 18 Mar “The Sparsholt Affair,” the latest novel by the Man Booker Prize winner (“The Line of Beauty,” “The Swimming-Pool Library”), spans 70 odd.