Norman Douglas's novels are characterized by his sardonic wit and trenchant satire and, like his travel books, are distinguished by his evocative descriptions of the local. In They Went , published in 1921 and set in a mythic city in Brittany during the late Roman era, Douglas presents an allegory of goodness pitted against beauty.
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BARNES & NOBLE
March 21, 2011
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