9781417932870

Lady Rose's Daughter V2

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  • ISBN13:

    9781417932870

  • ISBN10:

    1417932872

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-06-30
  • Publisher: Kessinger Pub

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Summary

1903. Part Two of Two. The novelist Mrs. Humphrey Ward (Mary Arnold Ward), was the niece of the poet Matthew Arnold, and granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Arnold, the headmaster of Rugby School who was immortalized as a character in the novel Tom Brown's Schooldays. The second volume of Lady Rose's Daughter begins: On the morning following these events, Warkworth went down to the Isle of Wight to see his mother. On the journey he thought much of Julie. They had parted awkwardly the night before. The evening, which had promised so well, had, after all, lacked finish and point. What on earth had that tiresome Miss Lawrence wanted with him? They had talked of Simla and the Moffats. The conversation had gone in spurts, she looking at him every now and then with eyes that seemed to say more than her words. All that she had actually said was perfectly insignificant and trivial. Yet there was something curious in her manner, and when the time came for him to take his departure she had bade him a frosty little farewell. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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