2 edition of difficult young man. found in the catalog.
difficult young man.
1956 by Reynal in New York .
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B69378 Di2, PR9619.3.B63 Di2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||56007600|
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Handsome, proud, reprehensible, and misunderstood, Dominic Langton is the dark heart of A Difficult Young Man. Martin Boyd used his own family history as the basis for this remarkable coming-of-age novel, and presents a compelling psychological portrait of his wild, charismatic older brother.4/5.
A Difficult Young Man (The Langton Quartet) Paperback – Ma by Martin Boyd (Author)Cited by: 1. A Difficult Young Man () charts the complex personal relationships in an upper middle class Anglo-Australian family.
It won the Australian Literature Society Gold Medal in Handsome, proud, reprehensible, misunderstood. Dominic Langton is the dark heart of A Difficult Young Man. His brother Guy can scarcely understand where he fits into the pattern of things or what he might do next.
Martin Boyd’s much loved novel is an elegant, witty and compelling family tale about the contradictions of growing up. He focuses on the late adolescence-early adulthood of the eldest living son, Dominic (inspired by – but not – Merric), the “difficult young man” of the title, who, as the story progresses, manages to fail in, or otherwise mess up, pretty well everything he does.
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