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Lady Rose's Daughter by Mrs. Humphry Ward
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Lady Rose's Daughter

by Mrs. Humphry Ward

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Just like your favorite television program that is only half way over, you look at how much of the book you have yet to read and you smile. Turn-of-the-century novels are filled with so much description, whether describing the scenery or the latest parlor talk. Stories are contained within stories and each chapter brings a new development in some character of the novel. There also is a morality that is creatively woven throughout the book. It comes as a surprise but it is refreshing to have a voice of reason that doesn't come across as a morality tale or obvious condemnation.
  sjclance | Jun 3, 2008 |
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