In "The Man of Property" Galsworthy ruthlessly strips away the gilded exterior of the Forsytes' lives, to expose the festering, rotten core of the unhappy and brutal relationships he examines within the book.In "The Man of Property" Galsworthy ruthlessly strips away the gilded exterior of the Forsytes' lives, to expose the festering, rotten core of the unhappy and brutal relationships he examines within the book.Read Less
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This is the Galsworthy novel to get. The fragile marriage of Soames and Irene and the Tragic romance of June are just a few of the troubles in an upper middle class family. This is an interesting book since there are no heroes or villians. All the characters are flawed still having good in them. The characters are real people with real problems that can be found even in today's culture. This is a rather sad book so readers who wish for a happy ending might be disapointed. Its tough to declare any ending happy since there are no villians to foil.
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