9 edition of Decline and Fall. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Z473.C98 F72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 499 p.|
|Number of Pages||499|
|LC Control Number||78095955|
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" Decline and Fall is that all-too-rare phenomenon, a good nonsense novel. Its author has had the happy inspiration to take nothing seriously, and least of all himself.
The result is a book which makes more sense than most."―Cited by: Decline and Fall is an amusing story, told with great wit, and filled with astute social commentary. Unfortunately the commentary is quite particular to its place and time period.
I could not really sustain my interest and enjoyment beyond about a third of the way through. It all got a bit too much/5. Decline And Fall is one of those works that all should read at sometime in their lives. It took me 75 years to get round to it, but I am very glad that, as a retirement project, I finally did so.
I set myself to read one volume a month, which amounts to about 17 pages a day, and am currently on schedule/5(). The History Of The Decline And Fall Of Rare edition with unique illustrations.
This is Volume 2 of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, written by English historian Edward Gibbon and published in six volumes, covering the period of the Roman Empire after /5(65). Decline and Fall is a novel by the English author Evelyn Waugh.
Decline and Fall begins in the midst of the university life of a hapless student named Paul Pennyfeather. Decline and Fall darkly satirizes modern society through its examination of the absurdity of social life in a specific moment in the history of Britain.