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Galatea by Margaret Rivers Larminie 1928 Chatto and Windus

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1928

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

Chatto & Windus

Author:

Margaret Rivers Larminie

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Item number:

1970743

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Galatea by Margaret Rivers Larminie 1928 Chatto and Windus Galatea Margaret Rivers Larminie Mrs. R. C. Tragett London: Chatto Windus 1928 387 pages The binding has a break in the middle but otherwise is in good condition. The pages are tanned and have some scattered brown age spots and a few creased corners. There is a name written on the front end paper. The cover is rubbed and edge worn and the spine is creased. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: In a south-western suburb of London, accessible in twelve minutes from Victoria station, lived Mr. Edward Wynter, a retired bank clerk, with his daughter Emmeline. They had occupied their slate-roofed, semi-detached home ever since Emmeline was a little girl; and her mother had died uncomplainingly in the front bedroom where Mr. Wynter had now slept alone and much complaining for the last twenty years. Emmeline's room was at the back of the house, looking onto the small garden which she tended patiently but without great enthusiasm, for though she liked flowers she had only a moderate passion for their culture; and a sense of duty and a habit of tidiness, rather than the genuine gardener's fervour, inspired her diligence in keeping the beds and borders in good trim. (#0000848)
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