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Title : Ethel Churchill, Or, the Two Brides
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ISBN : 9781147107531
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 328 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Ethel Churchill, Or, the Two Brides Reviews

  • Teshamae
    2018-11-08 22:11

    What a fantastic book written by an obscure women writer from the 18th century. LEL is one of the many wonderful women writers who were popular in their day and then shelved aside, replaced in the literary canon with male writers. Yet she is being rediscovered, along with contemporaries Maria Jane Jewsbury and Felicia Hemans. This book is tough to come by, but you can get each volume in the three-volume set separately from Google Books.Pay attention to LEL's doubling effect; there are always two different things she is comparing, such as poverty vs. wealth, old vs. young, famous vs. not, etc. This novel focuses on one of the major themes of her writing career: the emptiness of society. She does this by looking at love from a variety of angles. LEL's character development, even of her minor characters, is phenomenal, and will keep you engrossed in the story straight to the end.I heartily recommend this book.