(From the publisher):
When The Forsyte Saga
was shown on television in 1967, it was hugely successful. The nation was gripped by the masterful visual telling of the Forsyte family's troubled story and adapted its activities to suit the next transmission. The Forsyte Saga
comprising The Man of Property
, In Chancery
, and To Let
, is here produced in a single volume.
Initially, the narrative centers on Soames Forsyte -- a successful solicitor living in London with his beautiful wife, Irene. A pillar of the late Victorian upper middle class, materially wealthy, his appears to be a golden existence endowed with all the necessary possessions for a "man of property," but beneath this very proper exterior lies a core of unhappiness and brutal relationships.
The marriage of Soames and Irene disintegrates in bitter recrimination, creating a feud within the family that will have far-reaching consequences. As the years pass, the feud between the two factions of the troubled family deepens and the shadows of past miseries return to haunt the lives of a new, younger generation. Irene's son Jon has fallen in love with Fleur, the daughter of the embittered Soames. The consequences will be tragic.
Original title: The Forsyte Saga
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction
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