|Title:||Sackcloth into Silk [US: The Golden Cord]|
|Publisher:||McClelland & Stewart, Limited|
In contradistinction to the invidious suggestion of the term the "silver chord", this is a story of an idealistic relation between mother and son, paralleling the formula Warwick Deeping immortalized in Sorrell and Son. London—shifting from the poverty striken background of Karl's boyhood, when his Jewish mother supported an invalid husband and three boys, by running an old clothes shop, to the smart set of London's theatrical and literary life—such is the background. And the story is a glamorous success story, from poor boy to successful dramatist, with a few pitfalls cleverly evaded through the adroit handling of the mother. Not wholly credible—but what matter? Deeping has his following—and this is a sure best renter, and will build up healthy sales.
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Author Bio for Deeping, Warwick (George)
He was one of the best selling authors of the 1920s and 1930s, with seven of his novels making the best-seller list. Deeping was a prolific writer of short stories, which appeared in such British magazines as Cassell's, The Story-Teller, and The Strand. He also published fiction in several US magazines, including the Saturday Evening Post and Adventure. All of the short stories and serialized novels in U.S. magazines were reprints works previously published in Britain. Well over 200 of his original short stories and essays that appeared in various British fiction magazines were never seen in book form. Those works are now available in the multi-volume "Lost Stories" collection.
His early work is dominated by historical romances. His later novels more usually dealt with modern life, and were critical of many tendencies of twentieth-century civilisation. His standpoint was generally that of a passionate individualism, distrustful both of ruling elites and of the lower classes, who were often presented as a threat to his embattled middle-class protagonists. His most celebrated hero is Captain Sorrell M.C., the ex-officer who after the War is reduced to a menial occupation in which he is bullied by those of a lower social class and less education. Deeping's novels often deal with controversial issues.--Wikipedia.
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