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The Red Pavilion by Jean Chapman
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The Red Pavilion (1995)

by Jean Chapman

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Malaya, 1948. Liz Hammond and her mother Blanche are returning to the rubber plantation they were forced to abandon at the outbreak of war. Liz's father has arranged to meet them in Singapore, but he fails to do so and the two women have to make their way to Malaya under military protection. During the returning to her father's rubber plantation, Liz falls in love with the young guardsman assigned to her.
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In Malaya in 1948 Liz and her mother, under the military protection of Major Sturgess and a young guardsman, Alan, are returning to their colonial plantation. For a time the omnipresent jungle dominates their lives and Liz is torn between her love for Alan and her concern for her missing father. The country she loves so much is being destroyed and she no longer knows whom to trust.… (more)

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