Synopses & Reviews
In the spring of 1914, a group of young students gather in an art studio for a life-drawing class. Paul Tarrant and Elinor Brooke are two components of a love triangle, and at the outset of the war, they turn to each other. After volunteering for the Red Cross, Paul must confront the fact that life, love, and art will never be the same for him. Pat Barker is unrivaled in her ability to convey simple, moving human truths. Her skill in relaying the harrowing experience of modern warfare is matched by the depth of insight she brings to the experience of love and the morality of art in a time of war. Life Class is one of her genuine masterpieces.
About the Author
Pat Barker has written several well-received books, including Regeneration; The Eye in the Door,
winner of the Booker Prize; and seven other novels. She lives in England.
Russell Boulter has been seen on stage in Madness of George Dubya, Macbeth and Star Quality, while his many UK television appearances include Judge John Deed, EastEnders, Murder In Suburbia, Merseybeat, A and E, Where The Heart Is, Casualty, The Bill, and Heartbeat.