In the years following the First World War a new generation
emerged, wistful and vulnerable beneath the glitter. The Bright
Young Things of 1920s London, with their paradoxical mix of
innocence and sophistication, exercised their inventive minds and
vile bodies in every kind of capricious escapade. In these pages a
vivid assortment of characters, among them the struggling writer
Adam Fenwick-Symes and the glamorous, aristocratic Nina Blount,
hunt fast and furiously for ever greater sensations and the
hedonistic fulfillment of their desires. Evelyn Waugh's acidly
funny satire reveals the darkness and vulnerability beneath the
sparkling surface of the high life.
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