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D.J. Taylor

D.J. Taylor

·3.42·3,443 Ratings
“ What we think, what we become. ” ― Buddha
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  • Kept

    2007·
    ·2.91·462 Ratings
    Madness, greed, love, obsession, Machiavellian plotting, and a great train robbery, in a captivating Victorian mystery about the extreme and curious things men do to get—and keep—what they wantAugust 1863. Henry Ireland, a failed landowner, dies unexp
  • My Favorite Year: A Collection of Football Writing

    2001·
    ·3.68·377 Ratings
    Roddy Doyle's account of the Republic of Ireland's triumphant journey through Italia '90 is just one of the many first-class pieces in this anthology of original football writing. Contributors include Harry Pearson, Harry Ritchie, Ed Horton, Olly Wicken,
  • Orwell

    2004·
    ·3.83·107 Ratings
    Winner of the 2004 Whitbread Prize for Biography"D. J. Taylor has written not only the best recent biography of George Orwell . . . but also one of the cleverest studies of the relationship of that life to the written word." -The Washington Post Book Wor
  • The Windsor Faction: A Novel

    2013·
    ·2.76·133 Ratings
    If Wallis Simpson had not died on the operating table in December 1936, Edward VIII would not be King of England three years later. He would have abdicated for “the woman he loves,” but now, the throne is his. If Henry Bannister’s car had not career
  • Ask Alice

    2009·
    ·2.71·91 Ratings
    1904. A pretty young woman travels apprehensively across the American prairies; on a whim she makes a bold decision, grabbing her future with both hands. A quarter of a century later, in the brightly colored world of London high life, Alice Keach is queen
  • Derby Day

    2011·
    ·3.3·371 Ratings
    As the shadows lengthen over the June grass, all England is heading for Epsom Downs' high life and low life, society beautifies and Whitechapel street girls, bookmakers and gypsies, acrobats and thieves. Whole families stream along the Surrey back-roads,
  • The Life and Death of Harriett Frean

    1922·
    ·3.54·471 Ratings
    Harriett is the Victorian embodiment of all the virtues then viewed as essential to the womanly ideal: a woman reared to love, honour and obey. Idolising her parents, she learns from childhood to equate love with self-sacrifice, so that when she falls in
  • Bright Young People: The Rise and Fall of a Generation 1918-1940

    2007·
    ·3.57·407 Ratings
    The Bright Young People were one of the extraordinary youth cults in British history. A pleasure-seeking band of bohemian party-givers and blue-blooded socialites, they romped through the 1920s gossip columns. But the quest for pleasure came at a price. T
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