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The Making of A Marchioness

Burnett, Frances Hodgson (Book - 2009 )
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In this Cinderella-like story set in late Victorian England, thirty-something Emily Fox-Seton lives alone, humbly and happily, in a tiny apartment and on a meager income. She is the one that everyone counts on but no one goes out of their way to accommodate. Then she meets Lord Walderhurst.
Authors: Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924
Title: The making of a marchioness
Publisher: London : Persephone, 2009
Characteristics: xv, 308 p. ;,20 cm
Statement of Responsibility: by Frances Hodgson Burnett ; with a new preface by Isabel Raphael ; and a new afterword by Gretchen Gerzina
Notes: Originally published: London: Blond, 1967
Summary: In this Cinderella-like story set in late Victorian England, thirty-something Emily Fox-Seton lives alone, humbly and happily, in a tiny apartment and on a meager income. She is the one that everyone counts on but no one goes out of their way to accommodate. Then she meets Lord Walderhurst.
ISBN: 9781906462123
1906462127
Branch Call Number: FICTION BURNETT 2009
Subject Headings: Women England Fiction Nobility England Fiction Marriage Fiction England 19th century Fiction
Genre/Form: Love stories
Historical fiction
Topical Term: Women
Nobility
Marriage
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In this Cinderella-like story set in late Victorian England, thirty-something Emily Fox-Seton lives alone, humbly and happily, in a tiny apartment and on a meager income. She is the one that everyone counts on but no one goes out of their way to accommodate. Then she meets Lord Walderhurst.


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Jun 10, 2014
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