Winner Of The 1933 Femina Vie Heureuse Prize, COLD COMFORT FARM Is A Wickedly Funny Portrait Of British Rural Life In The 1930s Flora Poste, A Recently Orphaned Socialite, Moves In With Her Country Relatives, The Gloomy Starkadders Of Cold Comfort Farm, And Becomes Enmeshed In A Web Of Violent Emotions, Despair, And Scheming, Until Flora Manages To Set Things Right.
Stella Dorothea Gibbons was an English novelist, journalist, poet and short story writer.Her first novel, Cold Comfort Farm, won the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize for 1933 A satire and parody of the pessimistic ruralism of Thomas Hardy, his followers and especially Precious Bain by Mary Webb the loam and lovechild genre, as some called it, Cold Comfort Farm introduces a self confident young woman,
- 233 pages
- Cold Comfort Farm
- Stella Gibbons
- 21 May 2017 Stella Gibbons