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"[Taylor] tells this story with a good deal of essayistic flair, precision and flyaway wit. Just as important, he relates this ultimately elegiac narrative with a surprising amount of intellectual and emotional sympathy." -Dwight Garner, "The New York Times ""Engaging . . . D. J. Taylor has created that rarest of books-one you can safely recommend both to scholars of Evelyn Waugh and the entourage of Paris Hilton . . . Taylor's skillful reconstruction of the whole hazy time feels like a lasting party favor." -Troy Patterson, NPR "[An] incisive social history . . . [A] richly detailed work." -Caryn James, "The New York Times Book Review ""A poignant study of the elusive relationship between art and the social world from whence it springs . . . D. J. Taylor, author of a first-rate life of George Orwell, shows the sharp instincts of an expert biographer in his approach to a 1920s English youth culture.R