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The indifferent children / Louis Auchincloss.

By: Auchincloss, Louis
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 1964Description: v, 390 p. ; 22 cmSubject(s): United States. Navy -- Fiction | Social classes -- Fiction | Upper class families -- Fiction | World War, 1939-1945 -- Fiction | New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction | Canal Zone -- FictionGenre/Form: War stories.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Indifferent children.DDC classification: 813.5 LOC classification: PZ3.A898 | In5 | PS3501.U25Also issued online.Dissertation note: Prentice-Hall, 1964. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. This is the 1965 mass market paperback, Signet publisher. The binding is bumped and smudged with creased spine and a surface tear on the front. A stamp lies on the first end paper. The pages are tanned due to age but clean and unmarked. FAST SHIPPING & FREE TRACKING!. Seller Inventory # 153792 Summary: Witty and ironic picture of New York society and society people in rear-eschelon desk jobs in the Canal Zone and at sea. Beverly Stregelinus, a young, upper-class New Yorker, is a charming young man, but aware of his ingratiating deficiencies. At the eve of World War II, his days are filled with charity and committee work after losing hisart gallery job. Pearl Harbor shatters all this and catapults him into a desk job in the Canal Zone as a lieutenant. Under these strange and bewildering circumstances, a court-martial scandal entangles Beverly and his Navy friends and marks the beginning of the real education of Beverly Stregelinus.
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Prentice-Hall, 1964. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. This is the 1965 mass market paperback, Signet publisher. The binding is bumped and smudged with creased spine and a surface tear on the front. A stamp lies on the first end paper. The pages are tanned due to age but clean and unmarked. FAST SHIPPING & FREE TRACKING!. Seller Inventory # 153792

Witty and ironic picture of New York society and society people in rear-eschelon desk jobs in the Canal Zone and at sea. Beverly Stregelinus, a young, upper-class New Yorker, is a charming young man, but aware of his ingratiating deficiencies. At the eve of World War II, his days are filled with charity and committee work after losing hisart gallery job. Pearl Harbor shatters all this and catapults him into a desk job in the Canal Zone as a lieutenant. Under these strange and bewildering circumstances, a court-martial scandal entangles Beverly and his Navy friends and marks the beginning of the real education of Beverly Stregelinus.

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