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eBook A Class Apart download

by Diana Appleyard

eBook A Class Apart download ISBN: 0552998222
Author: Diana Appleyard
Publisher: Transworld Publishers (June 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1308 kb
Fb2: 1203 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: mobi mbr lrf doc
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Womens Fiction

Class? It doesn't exist any more, so we're told  . Class? It doesn't exist any more, so we're told. We're not supposed to be conscious of subtle class differences.

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A Class Apart Paperback – 14 Jul 2000. by Diana Appleyard (Author). A hilarious expose of the English class system - which is still very much alive and kicking, whatever the government may say. See all Product description.

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Lucy Beresford knows her middle-class family thinks she's married beneath her when she gets together with Rob.

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Diana Appleyard is a writer, broadcaster and freelance journalist. Also by Diana Appleyard. She worked as a BBC Education Correspondent before deciding to give up her full-time job to work from home, a decision which formed the basis for her first novel, Homing Instinct. She lives with her husband Ross and their two daughters in Scotland.

Lucy Beresford knows her middle-class family thinks she's married beneath her when she gets together with Rob. He's gorgeous, he's thoughtful, he's clever—but he's undeniably working class. Gradually the differences between Rob and Lucy begin to loom large, as they argue over how the house should be decorated, how the children should be educated, and whether the evening meal should be called "dinner" or "tea." In this funny, contentious, and brilliantly observed novel, Diana Appleyard scratches the surface to reveal the petty snobberiesthat still exist in most of us.