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House of All Nations by Christina Stead
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House of All Nations

by Christina Stead

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This Christina Stead masterpiece is a novel for our times. Set in the uneasy period between the wars, the story details the high world of finance and the intrigues in a merchant bank that ultimately collapses.

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