A Little Dinner at Timmins's

[A Little Dinner at Timmins's]
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The Timmins are a young English couple who are looking for a place in society. In order to achieve this, they organize an exclusive dinner with the highlights of London society. The scarce experience of both in the selection of the guests and the intervention of a mother-in-law in the preparation of the dinner, will lead the Timmins to wish not to have promoted the event. A brief work of humour in which the author shows the effects of vanity. Although set in the nineteenth century the characters of the characters are now current.

Author: Francisco Forriol, Spain
Update on: May 2023