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  • Paperback
  • The Indifferent Children
  • Louis Auchincloss
  • English
  • 22 December 2018
  • 0451027558

About the Author: Louis Auchincloss

Louis Stanton Auchincloss was an American novelist, historian, and essayistAmong Auchincloss s best known books are the multi generational sagas The House of Five Talents, The Indifferent eBook  Portrait in Brownstone, and East Side Story Other well known novels include The Rector of Justin, the tale of a renowned headmaster of a school like Groton trying to deal with changing times, and The Embezzler, a look at white collar crime Auchincloss is known for his closely observed portraits of old New York and New England society.



10 thoughts on “The Indifferent Children

  1. Charles Moody Charles Moody says:

    Louis Auchincloss wrote this novel after his own service in World War II, and published it under a pseudonym in 1947 It was reissued under his own name in 1964, after he had established a reputation through such works as The House of Five Talents, Portrait in Brownstone, and The Rector of Justin In the Foreword to the 1964 edition he explains that just as The Indifferent Children was about to be published originally, he had decided it totally failed in its purpose, and in his dismay hid behind Louis Auchincloss wrote this novel after his own service in World War II, and published it under a pseudonym in 1947 It was reissued under his own name in 1964, after he had established a reputation through such works as The House of Five Talents, Portrait in Brownstone, and The Rector of Justin In the Foreword to the 1964 edition he explains that just as The Indifferent Children was about to be published originally, he had decided it totally failed in its purpose, and in his dismay hid behind a pseudonym The novel is about a young man whose life resembles Auchincloss s Beverly Stregelinus grows up among elite Manhattan society, is educated at Yale, spends a year at the University of Virginia Law School, and after Pearl Harbor is assigned to shore duty in the Panama Canal Zone The story Auchincloss intended to tell according to the Foreword was how Beverly was transformed in Panama into a mature and serious individual, not by the crucible of combat but by being surrounded by incompetent bureaucrats whose shallowness and absurdity roused him from his own Beverly never quite gets there, and the novel endswith a sense of all things needing eventually to end than with any central plot line having been satisfactorily concluded The Indifferent Children is less polished and coherent than some of the novels Auchincloss wrote over the next three decades But if you re a fan of his work, you will probably enjoy this one as well It s interesting to see how many of the themes of his later books make tentative preview appearances here in his first novel ambivalent testing of the social perimeters established by one s upbringing, personal betrayal in pursuit of professional advancement, and self sacrifice for motives that remain slightly obscure even to the person choosing to sacrifice himself

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10 thoughts on “The Indifferent Children

  1. Charles Moody Charles Moody says:

    Louis Auchincloss wrote this novel after his own service in World War II, and published it under a pseudonym in 1947 It was reissued under his own name in 1964, after he had established a reputation through such works as The House of Five Talents, Portrait in Brownstone, and The Rector of Justin In the Foreword to the 1964 edition he explains that just as The Indifferent Children was about to be published originally, he had decided it totally failed in its purpose, and in his dismay hid behind Louis Auchincloss wrote this novel after his own service in World War II, and published it under a pseudonym in 1947 It was reissued under his own name in 1964, after he had established a reputation through such works as The House of Five Talents, Portrait in Brownstone, and The Rector of Justin In the Foreword to the 1964 edition he explains that just as The Indifferent Children was about to be published originally, he had decided it totally failed in its purpose, and in his dismay hid behind a pseudonym The novel is about a young man whose life resembles Auchincloss s Beverly Stregelinus grows up among elite Manhattan society, is educated at Yale, spends a year at the University of Virginia Law School, and after Pearl Harbor is assigned to shore duty in the Panama Canal Zone The story Auchincloss intended to tell according to the Foreword was how Beverly was transformed in Panama into a mature and serious individual, not by the crucible of combat but by being surrounded by incompetent bureaucrats whose shallowness and absurdity roused him from his own Beverly never quite gets there, and the novel endswith a sense of all things needing eventually to end than with any central plot line having been satisfactorily concluded The Indifferent Children is less polished and coherent than some of the novels Auchincloss wrote over the next three decades But if you re a fan of his work, you will probably enjoy this one as well It s interesting to see how many of the themes of his later books make tentative preview appearances here in his first novel ambivalent testing of the social perimeters established by one s upbringing, personal betrayal in pursuit of professional advancement, and self sacrifice for motives that remain slightly obscure even to the person choosing to sacrifice himself


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