John Galsworthy won a Nobel Prize in literature in 1932. He is best known for writing the Forsyte saga. This section of the Forsyte saga was written in 1918. A Man of Property precedes Indian Summer of a Forsyte. The friendship between Irene and June's grandfather, Old Jolyon Forsyte is beginning. In Chancery follows this interlude. In Chancery tells the story of a brother and sister both of who want to divorce their spouses.