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Travels with my aunt : a novel / by Graham Greene.

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  • ISBN: 0670725242
  • ISBN: 9780670725243
  • Physical Description: [8], 244 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The Viking Press, 1970, ©1969.

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General Note: "Published in 1970 ..."--Title page verso.
"First American edition"--Wobbe.
Citation/References Note: Wobbe, R.A. Graham Greene, A53b
Summary, etc.: Aunt Augusta, in her late 70's embroils her bachelor nephew, an utterly respectable, dahlia-growing, retired bank manager, in a series of wild escapades. The action moves from London, across the European continent to Istanbul, and ends in Paraguay. Most of the characters are from Aunt Augusta's somewhat murky past, although there are contemporary figures as a CIA agent and his hippie daughter, and Wordsworth from Sierra Leone, who lives with Aunt Augusta as her valet.
Subject: British > Foreign countries > Fiction.
Women travelers > Fiction.
Older women > Fiction.
Travelers > Fiction.
Retirees > Fiction.
Aunts > Fiction.
Genre: Humorous fiction.

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