The aftermath of war, and the slow dawning of a new era of freedom and opportunity, shape the destinies of the Cazalets. Polly, Clary and Louise, now grown up, are ready to discover the truth about the adult world. While Rupert, Hugh and Edward must make the choices that will decide their own – and the family’s – future. Casting Off is the fourth volume in The Cazalet Chronicles.
Reviewed by Sarah Perry in Slightly Foxed Issue 52.
At Home with the Cazalets
‘All happy families resemble one another,’ said Tolstoy, rather sweepingly, ‘but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.’ The Anna Karenina principle has so long been taken for a...Read more
‘Thank you so much for the review of the Cazalet Chronicles . . .’
‘Thank you so much for the review of the Cazalet Chronicles last year. On the basis of that I have now read all five, my mother is enjoying them also, and my eldest sister is next in line. None of...Read more
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