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[KINDLE] ✿ Fault Lines By David Pryce-Jones – Pnoy.me Born in Vienna in 1936 David Pryce Jones is the son of the well known writer and editor of the Times Literary Supplement Alan Pryce Jones and Therese “Poppy” Fould Springer He grew up in a cosmopo[KINDLE] Fault Lines By David Pryce Jones Pnoy.me Born in Vienna in 1936 David Pryce Jones is the son of the well known writer and editor of the Times Literary Supplement Alan Pryce Jones and Therese “Poppy” Fould Springer He grew up in a cosmopo Born in Vienna in David Pryce Jones is the son of the well known writer and editor of the Times Literary Supplement Alan Pryce Jones and Therese “Poppy” Fould Springe.

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  1. Jill Meyer Jill Meyer says:

    Paperback ☆ Fault Lines Kindle Ø fault epub, lines download, Fault Lines PDFNoted British author and journalist David Pryce Jones has written a memoir unlike almost any other memoir I've ever read Maybe that because he has lived a life unlike most others Fault Lines originally published in 2016 is the story of two families and the son produced by those familiesDavid Pryce Jones spends much of the book talking about his ancestors The Pryce Jones family was Christian and thoroughly English and Welsh His mother's family the Fould Springers


  2. Josef Josef says:

    Paperback ☆ Fault Lines Kindle Ø fault epub, lines download, Fault Lines PDFA sometimes maddeningly paced but overall melancholy memoir and family dynasty biography D Pryce Jones' opus is historically relevant and surprisingly full of backroom insights into the motivations and private atmospheres of some famous and infamous historical figures of the last century Some of the odd pacing comes in the form of the reader getting so many names dr


  3. Carol Carol says:

    Paperback ☆ Fault Lines Kindle Ø fault epub, lines download, Fault Lines PDFToo much name dropping Hard to read for all the famous people that he had contact with


  4. E E says:

    Paperback ☆ Fault Lines Kindle Ø fault epub, lines download, Fault Lines PDFComing from a very rich and well connected European Jewish family David Pryce Jones has met just anyone with English literary credibility over the last 60 years his father was editor of the Times Literary Supplement And being Jewish he has harrowing tales of narrowly escaping the Holocaust as well he was born in 1936 This his memoir is easy to read perhaps lighter than one might think considering the topics just mentioned not to mention his father's odd sexuality his uncle's abusiveness his daughter's early death his mother's mental instability and son And yet it is riveting It would be easy to accuse him of name dropping or being blinded by privilege but he avoids those charges by being honest and humbleHis most famous works address the instability of the Arab world and the infamous Nazi loving Unity Mitford of the obnoxious Mitford


  5. Olga Vannucci Olga Vannucci says:

    Paperback ☆ Fault Lines Kindle Ø fault epub, lines download, Fault Lines PDFOf English and Welsh heritage and French and Austrian tooHe pilfered food in Vichy during World War IIHis life experience colored the writer he'd becomeAnd in the process he met nearly everyone


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