3 edition of Clara Hopgood found in the catalog.
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Cara Black is an American author of mystery novels. Her novels feature Aimee Leduc, a private investigator based in Paris, awordathought.com has won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel and Best Novel. Cara has worked as a preschool teacher and preschool director. Mark Rutherford, pseudonym of William Hale White, (born Dec. 22, , Catherine Furze (), and Clara Hopgood (). White wrote with a quiet intensity. All of his books deal with religious problems or with ordeals of the heart, the intellect, or the conscience.
May 21, · The only way we can be familiar with Eastthorpe is if we have read Catherine Furze, the novel immediately preceding Clara Hopgood in the series. I've confessed at such length just in case the form my hero-worship of White/ Rutherford takes has biassed my response to Harland's book. Clara Hopgood Paperback price from noon in Saudi Arabia. Compare prices and shop online now.
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Clara Hopgood book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this proto-feminist novel two sisters confront society's preconceiv /5.
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Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Miss Clara Hopgood amazed everybody by ‘beginning talk,’ by asking Mrs Greatorex, her hostess, who had been far away to Sidmouth for a holiday, whether she had been to the place where Coleridge was born, and when the parson’s wife said she had not, and that she could not be expected to make a pilgrimage to the birthplace of an infidel.
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CLARA HOPGOOD cuse, and her husband and daughters never, by word or smile, gave her the least reason to suppose that they did not believe her Clara and Madge went first to an English day-school, and Clara went straight from this school to Germany, but Madges course was a little different.
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Not only are they two single women on their own, there is a newborn baby girl to account for, but no husband. The unconventional story [ ]10/ Jan 13, · Clara Hopgood Hale White, british writer and civil servant () This ebook presents «Clara Hopgood», from Hale White.
A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Table of Contents About this book CLARA HOPGOODBrand: The Perfect Library. Mark Rutherford has 34 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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He is best known for his works Digital Taxidermy, film sculptures, and his solo show Arrivals Departures at the Waddington Gallery and the Karsten Schubert Gallery in awordathought.com mater: Goldsmiths, University of London. Miss Clara Hopgood amazed everybody by ‘beginning talk,’ by asking Mrs Greatorex, her hostess, who had been far away to Sidmouth for a holiday, whether she had been to the place where Coleridge was born, and when the parson’s wife said she had not, and that she could not be expected to make a pilgrimage to the birthplace of an infidel Author: Mark Rutherford.
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Clara Hopgood | About ten miles north-east of Eastthorpe lies the town of Fenmarket, very like Eastthorpe generally; and as we are already familiar with Eastthorpe, a particular description of Fenmarket is unnecessary. Clara Hopgood by Rutherford, Mark [ William Hale White ] edited by Lorraine Davies.
London: Everyman. Paperback. pp. Late Victorian novel by William Hale White under his 'Rutherford' pseudonym. Remarkable for its portrayal of strong, independent minded young women. With introduction, notes, text summary, chronology of literary and historical contexts, suggestions for further reading etc.Free 2-day shipping.
Buy Clara Hopgood () at awordathought.comnd: William Hale White.The reason why Moore chose Esther Waters rather than one of his lesser known novels (which he might have been able to promote that way) to be adapted for the stage may have been its "Englishness".
The subject-matter of Esther Waters was the most "English" of his novels, and Moore had just returned to England after abandoning his brief interest in the Irish Renaissance theatre movement.