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Dilly S Sacrifice

Author : Rosie Goodwin
ISBN : 9781472117830
Genre : Fiction
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A desperate act to save her family . . . Dilly is devastated: with her husband unable to work and four children already at home, they cannot afford to feed their new-born baby. Heartbroken, she heads into the night to deliver her baby girl to the Farthing family at the big house. Having just lost their own daughter to measles, the Farthings adopt the baby and offer Dilly a lifeline: a job as a maid. This act of desperation will change the lives of both families irrevocably – and the onset of WWI even more so. Sons are taken, love is declared, hearts are broken and terrible acts are committed. Through it all, Dilly does everything she can to preserve her family. But when the chance for true love finally comes, will she choose family over her own happiness? A moving and uplifting story of family, loyalty and love, from much-loved author Rosie Goodwin.
Category: Fiction

Dilly S Lass

Author : Rosie Goodwin
ISBN : 9781472117816
Genre : Fiction
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Years ago Dilly made the devastating decision to give her baby daughter to wealthy local family, the Farthings. She is still living with the consequences of her choice when the daughter she gave away all those years ago turns up on Dilly's doorstep, with a baby girl in tow, begging for help. Olivia has a secret she only feels safe telling Dilly. Sworn to secrecy, Dilly agrees to help, delighted to be spending time with her new granddaughter and daughter. She can't tell Max Farthing, the man who took in Olivia all those years ago and who Dilly has feelings for. For Max has problems of his own: he's married to Camilla, who has lost leave of her senses. Could Dilly and Max ever come together? Dilly's Lass is a wonderfully heartfelt portrayal of families beginning to rebuild after WW1, from much-loved author Rosie Goodwin.
Category: Fiction

Old And New

Author : Edward Everett Hale
ISBN : PRNC:32101080066283
Genre : Liberalism (Religion)
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Includes: College directory [giving the name, locality, course of study, faculty, and number of students, of 175 or more of the Principal collegiate institutions of the United States]. [Boston, Robert Bros. 1872-74].
Category: Liberalism (Religion)

Old And New

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ISBN : BSB:BSB10796146
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Bibliotheca Cornubiensis P Z

Author : George Clement Boase
ISBN : UOM:39015033681845
Genre : Cornwall (England : County)
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Category: Cornwall (England : County)

Miss Dilly Says No

Author : Theodore Pratt
ISBN : UCAL:$B104366
Genre : Diaries
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Meek secretary for a producer is hounded for screen rights to her Hollywood diary.
Category: Diaries

Harper S Round Table

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105028010317
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The India Directory

Author : James Horsburgh
ISBN : UCAL:$C18471
Genre : Pilot guides
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Margaret Laurence S Epic Imagination

Author : Paul Comeau
ISBN : 0888644515
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Margaret Laurence instinctively turned to the epic mode to create archetypal narratives of loss, exile, and redemption. Drawing on the Bible, Dante, and Milton, Laurence absorbed the epic structure and populated it with the Manawaka world of Hagar Shipley, Rachel Cameron, Stacey MacAindra, and Morag Gunn. Paul Comeau traces the development of Margaret Laurence's voice from its tentative beginnings in her African fiction to its culmination in the Manawaka Cycle. According to Comeau, Laurence's ability to illustrate the epic dimension in her characters' strengths and weaknesses has ensured her a lasting place among great Canadian writers.
Category: Literary Criticism