John Galsworthy (14 August 1867 - 31 January 1933) - is an English writer, dramaturg, known for his work The Forsyte Saga (1906-1921) and received the Nobel Prize in Literature. He was born and grew up in a wealthy and influential family in Surrey, England. John was educated at Oxford and went to travel abroad, where he wrote his first collection of short stories. During his long life, he managed to write many interesting works. In 1929, for literary merit, John Galsworthy became a member of The Order of Merit The next day Stanley's car, fraught with Felix and a note from Clara, moved swiftly along the grass-bordered roads toward Joyfields. Lying back on the cushioned seat, the warm air flying at his face, Felix thinking with rapture his favorite countryside. Of Course this garden of England was very lovely. Greenness, trees, and large, pied, lazy cattle. What events could interrupt this wonderful idyll? What is a conflict looming between the characters and will be able to plunge into chaos the order of these events?