The Masters C.P. Snow

ISBN: 9780982282922

Published: 1964


312 pages


The Masters  by  C.P. Snow

The Masters by C.P. Snow
1964 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 312 pages | ISBN: 9780982282922 | 9.20 Mb

In the Lodge of a Cambridge college the old Master is dying. He knows, and his thirteen colleagues know, that shortly they will elect his successor. It will be one of their own number, and the rival candidates are Paul Jago, warm and sympathetic, but given to extravagant moods, and handicapped by a wife, who, his opponents say, would be disastrous in the Lodge, and Crawford, a solid man with half Jagos human gifts but shrewd, cautious, and reliable.This novel is notable not only for its brilliant analysis of the motives and political manoeuvres of men but also for the atmosphere of excitement which it conveys.

The reader will find himself taking sides with its characters and becoming passionately involved in their struggle.

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