The Class - Erich SegalBantam, 1985, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good — in Good Dust Wrapper. Edges of the dust wrapper frayed with closed tears to both the edges. Price Clipped. Text complete, clean and tight.
From the cover: “This rich and compelling novel interweaves the stories of five young men who enter Harvard in 1954 with those of the women who share their ambitions, self-doubts and the sacrifices they must make to achieve success. Twenty-five years after their graduation they return for their climactic reunion to confront their classmates and weigh their lives in the balance. Danny Rossi, the musical prodigy whose problem was too much fame too soon, will drive himself to the limits of his endurance in his desperate need for recognition. Ted Lambros is obsessed by his desire to climb to the top of the academic ladder, but unaware of what it will cost him in personal terms. Jason Gilbert, the golden boy with the world at his feet-only in tragedy will he discover the meaning of his Jewish heritage. George Keller, the Hungarian refugee, rises to eminence in the State Department — and will do anything to stay there. Andrew Eliot is haunted b three centuries of Harvard ancestors; he must wait until the sad and startling events of the reunion to find his value a man. Their experience spans a turbulent quarter-century that changed the we But perhaps the greatest revolution , within themselves, as the old morality changed into the new. The Class is a moving novel — and a remarkable portrait of a generation.”
Size: 9½" x 6¼"
Number of Pages: 592
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