Eliza's Daughter

Eliza's Daughter

eBook - 2017
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Seduced and abandoned by the faithless Willoughby, Colonel Brandon's much-loved ward Eliza is sent to give birth in the countryside. But what becomes of her, and her daughter, the young Eliza? Joan Aiken's sequel to Sense and Sensibility takes up the stories of Elinor and Marianne, but introduces a dashing new heroine who despite being a 'by-blow' and outcast, uses her wits and talents to find her own way in the world. This is a darker side of Regency society where a young girl who cannot marry for money must find a career, and brave the realities of the Napoleonic wars in Portugal.
Publisher: [London] : 2017. RHCP Digital,
ISBN: 9781448120437
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Bolinda Digital BorrowBox

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CDT6400 Jan 21, 2015

Did Joan Aiken even READ Sense and Sensibility?! This book is one of the worst Jane Austen sequels I have read. It includes many subjects (childbirth, illegitimacy, witchcraft) that Miss Austen wouldn't have dreamed write about. A totally depressing and boring story.

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