Brideshead Revisited: The sacred and profane memories of captain Charles Ryder

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This is a story of Charles Ryder and his feelings for the Marchmains, during the age before the Second World War. The book is set in Oxford and is a classic set in the upper class of Britain at the time.

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The book is revered even though it isn’t anything recent or updated.

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A classic novel set in an ancient era of Britain.

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You get mixed messages from this book. So it might confuse some readers. Maybe it’s a way of giving everyone something to look forward to by reading this book.

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