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  • Author:
    Rosamond Lehmann
  • ISBN:
    086068248X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0860682486
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  • Publisher:
    Little, Brown Book Group; Reprint edition (February 1, 1982)
  • Pages:
    318 pages
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    Literary
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Rosamond Lehmann's first novel, now a classic of British literature, tells a luminous story of friendship, discovery, and .

Rosamond Lehmann's first novel, now a classic of British literature, tells a luminous story of friendship, discovery, and forbidden love This debut novel, set in the early 1900s, tells the story of Judith Earle, a solitary only child growing up in a sprawling house in the Thames Valley. A seductive new stranger becomes the symbol of everything two married women secretly long for in this richly imagined novel by one of the most distinguished writers of the twentieth century Grace Fairfax lives a dull, conventional existence with her dull, conventional husband, Tom, in a dreary manufacturing town in the North of England.

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Grace Fairfax lives with her dull, conventional husband Tom in a grey manufacturing town in the north of England. At 34 she finds that her external life of dreary routine fails to match up to her lush, wistful, and dreamy internal life. Norah, her energetic and chaotic friend, is equally settled in her own marriage to an irritable university professor. Then Hugh Miller and his sister Claire descend upon the quiet town. On all four, the hypnotic charm of these two visitors exerts an enchanting spell. And after their departure, life—having been violently disrupted—will never be quite the same again.