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Title
Winging it
Author
Schmidt
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Serpent's Tail
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19920715

'The house where Vanessa Redgrave lived during the seventies was just around the corner from the Ravenscourt Park tube station. She had left no distinguishing marks behind, so one just had to know. Robert could imagine her organising her Trotskyite activities in the mornings, memorising her Chekhov in the afternoons, leaving the door unlocked when she left for the theatre ("What I have belongs to the people").'
Like pilgrims to the shrine of culture come three Americans, Robert, Jesse and Vera, in love with London and famous Londoners. Emotionally hurt
survivors of the 1960s, they have tried to make their lives immune from the pains and pleasures of desire. Into this strategy of damage limitation enters Jeremy, an ingenue Englishman, whose powers of seduction match
his unerring ability to judge brie.
As each member of the trio in turn becomes the object of Jeremy's affections, their long standing commitment to 'love and peace' is threatened.
Part Henry James, part Armistead Maupin - Winging It celebrates the triumph of the unfashionable value of friendship in an age when fashion is everything.

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Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
205

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