It was a romantic narrative of some Eastern traveller of the thirties
, pompous maybe, but fragrant with the emotion with which the East came to the generation that followed Byron and Chateaubriand.
After waiting for a moment they both disappeared, and having turned on her pillow Rachel woke to find herself in the midst of one of those interminable nights which do not end at twelve, but go on into the double figures-- thirteen, fourteen, and so on until they reach the twenties, and then the thirties
, and then the forties.
Back to the Thirties
Take us back to the Thirties
, George, To a time when Britain was Great
PEOPLE in their thirties
are not being put off drastic career changes despite the pressures of mortgage payments and starting a family, research shows.
Figures shows a 110-percent increase among those under the age of thirty, and a 75-percent increase among those in their thirties
and forties, according to the United States Amateur Ballroom Dancers Association, a nationwide organization that governs and promotes ballroom dance locally, nationally, and internationally.