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Brideshead Revisited written by Evelyn Waugh performed by Jeremy Irons on Cassette (Unabridged)

Brideshead Revisited written by Evelyn Waugh performed by Jeremy Irons on Cassette (Unabridged)£19.99

Brideshead Revisited is Evelyn Waugh's stunning novel of duty and desire set amongst the decadent, faded glory of the English aristocracy in the run-up to the Second World War. The most nostalgic and reflective of Evelyn Waugh's novels, Brideshead Revisited looks back to the golden age before the Second World War. It tells the story of Charles...

Brideshead Revisited written by Evelyn Waugh performed by Ben Miles, Jeremy Bamber, Eleanor Bron and Edward Petherbridge on CD (Abridged)

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ISBN:  9780563529439
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Drama
Duration:  240 mins
Length:  Excerpts
Author:  Evelyn Waugh
Performer 1:  Ben Miles
Performer 2:  Jeremy Bamber
Performer 3:  Eleanor Bron
Performer 4:  Edward Petherbridge
Rarity:  Rare

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This is a full-cast dramatisation of Evelyn Waugh's classic story of a lost golden age. In 1944 Captain Charles Ryder travels with a company of soldiers to Brideshead. He has been there before, and the great house serves as a potent reminder of the decadent, stylish lifestyle now destroyed by the austerity ...

of the Second World War. Charles' mind travels back twenty years to when he was a student at Oxford, in thrall to the captivating, tragic Sebastian Flyte.

This friendship leads to his involvement with Sebastian's aristocratic Catholic family - in particular Julia, the eldest Flyte daughter - and has far-reaching effects on his life.

Ben Miles stars as Charles Ryder with Jamie Bamber as Sebastianin this full-cast dramatisation, which also features Eleanor Bron and Edward Petherbridge.

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