The book includes the second and third parts of the trilogy "End of the Chapter" — "Flowering Wilderness" and "Over the River".
"End of the Chapter" — the last work of Galsworthy, adjacent to the monumental the Forsyte Saga and tells the story of their distant relatives — the heirs of an impoverished noble family, cherrel, the adherents of the traditional lifestyle of old England...
"End of the Chapter" consists of three parts: "Maid In Waiting" (1931), "Flowering Wilderness" (1932), "Over the River" (1933).
The Central conflict of the novel "Flowering Wilderness" is a fight between "old" England and the part of its youth in the trenches of the first world war lost their illusions about the fairness of bourgeois civilization.
The third part of the novel "Over the River" — the story of the divorce of a Dinny’s sister — Clare Corven. Here the author returns to the problem of bourgeois marriage as a form of property, raised them in "The Forsyte Saga".
Table of Contents:
END OF THE CHAPTER
BOOK II. FLOWERING WILDERNESS
BOOK III. OVER THE RIVER