TALKS | LITERATURE
Real life in the country house during the 1920s and 1930s was not always sunny. By turns opulent and ordinary, noble and vicious, its shadows were often dark but always fascinating.
Adrian Tinniswood, an author who has worked for the National Trust, uncovers the truth, in his New York Times best-seller, about a world half-forgotten, draped in myth and hidden behind stiff upper lips and film-star smiles.
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