Recounts the life of the English novelist, and reveals how her works both reflected her times and differed from the world she experienced
The author of Mrs. Jordan's Profession offers an incisive portrait of the acclaimed author and the Georgian society in which she lived, discussing her personal life, her family, her colorful neighbors, and her extraordinary novels. 20,000 first printing. Tour.
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