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Ladysmead

Ladysmead A Clergyman of small independent means who has seven daughters cannot expect them all to marry to advantage So begins this tale of regency England where manners and morals in a country village give

  • Title: Ladysmead
  • Author: Jane Gillespie
  • ISBN: 9780816137442
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Clergyman of small independent means, who has seven daughters, cannot expect them all to marry to advantage So begins this tale of regency England, where manners and morals in a country village give way to flirtation and folly For Sophia the prospect of marriage fades when she must take over the care of her father s household and her youngest sister Lucinda But this A Clergyman of small independent means, who has seven daughters, cannot expect them all to marry to advantage So begins this tale of regency England, where manners and morals in a country village give way to flirtation and folly For Sophia the prospect of marriage fades when she must take over the care of her father s household and her youngest sister Lucinda But this will change as the neighbouring house, called Ladysmead, is rented by the interfering Mrs Norris and her beautiful niece Maria.Capturing Jane Austen s style with fun and accuracy, Ladysmead revives Mansfield Park s Mrs Norris and carries the story of her scandalous niece to satisfying fruition.

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    1. A pleasurable way to spend an afternoon set in Regency England, this novel is about a country clergyman's family. Sophia, the second eldest of seven daughters, becomes the lady of the house and must cope with housekeeping on a small income, as well as her younger sisters who are still living at home. New neighbors arrive to live in Ladymead, a small but elegant house in the neighborhood, and any reader of Mansfield Park will recognize the new family at once. This is a quiet read, and the charact [...]


    2. I picked this up at book sale. It was previously owned by the public library but let go because of low demand. I see why there was low demand - even with "Jane Austen" written on the front. The characters were way too annoying or I should say good characters that you wanted to know more about were lacking. I don't like being constantly irritated throughout a story so I did not enjoy it.



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