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Loves Shadow: A Novel

Loves Shadow: A Novel

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by Ada Leverson
     
 

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The heroine of Loves Shadowis the delightful Edith Ottley. She lives with her husband Brace and her two children in a very new, very small, very white flat in Knightsbridge. As we follow Ediths fortunes we enter the enchanting world of Edwardian London, bewitched by the courtships, jealousies and love affairs of Ediths coterie - Hyacinth, Eugenia, Charles and

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The heroine of Loves Shadowis the delightful Edith Ottley. She lives with her husband Brace and her two children in a very new, very small, very white flat in Knightsbridge. As we follow Ediths fortunes we enter the enchanting world of Edwardian London, bewitched by the courtships, jealousies and love affairs of Ediths coterie - Hyacinth, Eugenia, Charles and Cecil, Vincy, Madame Frabelle and many more.

Loves Shadow is part of The Bloomsbury Group, a new library of books from the early twentieth-century chosen by readers for readers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781608191819
Publisher:
Bloomsbury USA
Publication date:
12/01/2010
Series:
The Bloomsbury Group
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Ada Leverson (1862-1933), the devoted friend of Oscar Wilde (who called her the wittiest woman in the world), wrote six timeless novels, each a classic comedy of manners. Loves Shadow, the first in the trilogy The Little Ottleys, is the perfect examples of her wit and style: no other English novelist has explored the world of marriage and married life with such feeling for its mysteries and absurdities.
Ada Leverson (1862-1933), the devoted friend of Oscar Wilde (who called her the wittiest woman in the world), wrote six timeless novels, each a classic comedy of manners. Loves Shadow, the first in the trilogy The Little Ottleys, is the perfect examples of her wit and style: no other English novelist has explored the world of marriage and married life with such feeling for its mysteries and absurdities.

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