La famiglia Chaplin. Storia di un'epoca. Vol. III (1931-1935)
2007, cm 17 x 24, xxiv-306 pp.
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While William Chaplin and his wife Marguerite Bavier become increasingly estranged, their children continue to seek fulfilment in their separate ways. As William continues to experience difficulty in achieving success as a business man in the French capital, Marguerite is deeply perturbed by the reactions of foreign powers to the war in Ethiopia, the first sign of the general upheaval which will soon profoundly affect every member of the family.