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The Wild Goose Chase
Rex Warner
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The Wild Goose Chase

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A novel of wild eclecticism, a satirical allegory of capitalist Britain in the 1930s which includes a utopian vision of a new world. Radical Fiction Series.
Published (first published January 1st 1982)
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Rex Warner (9 March 1905 – 24 June 1986) was an English classicist, writer and translator. He is now probably best remembered for The Aerodrome (1941), an allegorical novel whose young hero is faced with the disintegration of his certainties about his loved ones and with a choice between the earthy, animalistic life of his home village and the pure, efficient, emotionally detached life of an ...more
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