The Emperor Waltz
A novel with three narrative strands: 4th century Rome, Weimar Germany, and late 20th century London. In each place, a small coterie is closely connected and separated from the larger world. In each story, the larger world regards the small coterie and its passionately held beliefs and secrets with suspicion and hostility. It is the story of eccentricity, its struggle and its triumph.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - otterley - LibraryThing
This is a portmanteau book, in which parallel and contrasting narratives are designed to fit together to produce a wider story of change, rebellion and revolution - from the start of Christianity to ... Read full review