|Title:||Five Silver Daughters (Tales of the Silver Sisters #1)|
|Publisher:||Victor Gollancz Ltd|
A brilliant panorama of post war Europe, with its roots in the past, and with the madness of the 1920's -- in a story of the five daughters of a homely little Jewish tailor, catapulted into success in the boom years, and ending his cycle in the house that backed onto Magnolia Street, immortalized in the author's earlier book. There is more of plot in this, more of social philosophy; there is less, perhaps, of the intimate detail of Jewish life and tradition, less of the heart-warming generosity of MAGNOLIA STREET. But it's tremendously interesting, and will appeal to the same market, and to the wider one, avid for books dealing authentically with Russia in the opening days of the Soviet Regime, with Germany of the inflation period, with England during the first boom and slump.—Kirkus Reviews. [Suggest a different description.]
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