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9781542554084 - Elizabeth Gaskell: The Poor Clare: Elizabeth Gaskell - Book
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Elizabeth Gaskell (?):

The Poor Clare: Elizabeth Gaskell (?)

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9781542554084 (?) or 154255408X

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The-Poor-Clare~~Elizabeth-Gaskell, The Poor Clare: Elizabeth Gaskell, paperback
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Category: Romance>Contemporary Romance>Contemporary Romance
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-5425-5408-X, 978-1-5425-5408-4
9781542554084 - The Poor Clare - Book
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The Poor Clare (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageNew book
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9781542554084 (?) or 154255408X

, in english, New
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The Poor Clare by Elizabeth GaskellA Classic Gothic NovellaThe Poor Clare is a short story by English Victorian writer Elizabeth Gaskell. First serialised in three installments in 1856 Charles Dickens' popular magazine Household Words, The Poor Clare is a gothic ghost story about a young woman unwittingly cursed by her own grandmother. The Poor Clare is narrated by an unnamed young lawyer from London, reflecting on the "extraordinary incidents" which he experienced in his youth. The story proper begins several decades before. Squire Starkey, a recusant Jacobite, returns to Starkey Manor with his Irish wife and their son Patrick. Accompanying them is their Irish Catholic servant, Madam Starkey's former nurse, Bridget FitzGerald and her daughter Mary, who take up a small cottage in the grounds of the manor. Bridget comes to exercise great control over the household. Some years later, due in part to an increasingly fractious relationship with her mother, Mary FitzGerald leaves Starkey Manor to take up a position on the Continent. Racked with grief at her daughter's departure, Bridget keeps to her cottage until Madam Starkey brings her a young spaniel, Mignon, who becomes her constant companion. She receives occasional letters from Mary, the last informing her that she was going to marry a gentleman.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-5425-5408-X, 978-1-5425-5408-4