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Midsummer Meeting by Elvi Rhodes
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Midsummer Meeting (edition 2000)

by Elvi Rhodes (Author)

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Petra joined the village community of Mindon when she was unexpectedly left a cottage by an old friend of her mother's . Feeling immediately at home she is made welcome by the local residents - in particular by the Mindon Amateur Dramatic Society. The ambitious decision had been made to put on A Midsummer Night's Dream and Petra, to her delight, is put in charge of the scenery. Rivalries, love affairs and resentments soon threaten the production.… (more)
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Title:Midsummer Meeting
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Info:Corgi Books (2000), 400 pages
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Petra joined the village community of Mindon when she was unexpectedly left a cottage by an old friend of her mother's . Feeling immediately at home she is made welcome by the local residents - in particular by the Mindon Amateur Dramatic Society. The ambitious decision had been made to put on A Midsummer Night's Dream and Petra, to her delight, is put in charge of the scenery. Rivalries, love affairs and resentments soon threaten the production.

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