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The Aerodrome (Vintage Future)

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A model of efficiency and order, the aerodrome stands on the hill looking down on the village below. Roy, coming of age in the messy, violent and adulterous world of the villagers, is simultaneously attracted and repelled by this strange place and by the powerful figure of the Air Vice-Marshal. Soon he is led to leave his family, his friends and his love in order to join the aerodrome and confront the secrets of this mysterious and sinister place...

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ISBN-13: 9781784871000
ISBN-10: 1784871001
Pagini: 320
Dimensiuni: 191 x 112 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.18 kg
Editura: Vintage Publishing
Seria Vintage Future


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Rex Warner (1905-1986) was one of the most original English novelists of his time. His other novels include The Wild Goose Chase, The Professor, and Why Was I Killed?

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First published in 1941, The Aerodrome is one of the few works of fiction in the twentieth century to understand the dangerous yet glamorous appeal of fascism and the less than satisfactory answer of traditional democracy - and to transmute their deadly opposition into terms of enduring art. Rex Warner brilliantly invents, on one side, a thoroughly degenerate Village representing fallen man, and on the other side a great Aerodrome dedicated to ruthless efficiency. The ideological struggle between the idealistic Air Vice-Marshal and the hero-narrator from the Village is portrayed with poetry, narrative speed, and great simplicity of language. It is a great symbolic novel of our time, as pertinent today as when it was written.