The Bachelors displays the best of Sparkian satire, placing her at the heart of a great literary tradition alongside Waugh and Trollope, Wilde and Wodehouse. It demands rediscovery. 'It's easy to see why Waugh admired The Bachelors. On one level, it is a blithely carnivorous satire in the Waugh mould. The bachelors of the title - almost the only men we meet in the narrative - are the thirty-something male barristers, teachers, journalists and museum attendants of a small patch of West London. They lead inturned, doddery, ...

The Bachelors 2015, Canongate Canons, Edinburgh

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The Bachelors 2000, Blackstone Audiobooks, Ashland

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The Bachelors 1992, Avon Books

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The Bachelors 1984, Cliffs Notes, New York, NY

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The Bachelors 1963, Penguin Books Ltd, London

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