A brilliant comedy of manners about a Boston Brahminas search for meaning from the Pulitzer Prizeawinning author of The Late George Apley In preparation for the twenty-fifth reunion of his class at Harvard, Harry Pulham is asked to collect and edit the personal histories of his fellow alumni. A glance at the previous yearas Class Book tells him just how tedious the assignment will be: aI have been very busy all this time practising corporation law and trying to raise a family, a a typical entry reads. aI still like to go to the football games and cheer for Harvard.a Yet Harryas autobiography is almost indistinguishable from those of his classmates. From his career at a Boston investment firm to his marriage to childhood friend Kay Motford, he has always made the safe, familiar choiceawith one exception. For a brief interlude after World War I, Harry joined an advertising agency in Manhattan and fell in love with a beautiful, independent woman unlike anyone he had ever met. A wholly unexpected future opened up for him in those few months, but when family obligations called him back to New England, the relationship came to a sudden end. Now, twenty years later, Harry believes that his story could not have turned out any other way. A clever satire that achieves heartbreaking poignancy, H. M. Pulham, Esquire is a masterpiece from the author declared by the New York Times to be aour foremost fictional chronicler of the well-born.aDiagram. The first conviction I really had that I was coming home was when I was in my chair on the one oa#39;clock. The faces of the ... The faces in the club car were younger. The talk up there ... They pulled me home like the engine. There wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||H. M. Pulham, Esquire|
|Author||:||John P. Marquand|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2015-07-14|