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The Respectable Lady by Katharine Tynan 1928 D. Appleton

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1928

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

D. Appleton

Author:

Katharine Tynan

Topic:

Fiction

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The Respectable Lady by Katharine Tynan 1928 D. Appleton The Respectable Lady Katharine Tynan New York: D. Appleton 1928 308 pages The binding is weakening, the pages are lightly tanned and there is a name written on the front end paper. The cover has a small amount of edge wear, is lightly rubbed and the spine lettering is faded. Good. Hardcover. Chapter 1: "That woman has a passion for respectability," said Mrs. Valliant, the lady of the Manor of Abbots Riding, Eastshire. "She will keep us all up to our p's and q's." She was speaking of Mrs. Heseltine, who had just come to settle in the Ridings and had expressed herself vehemently on some point or other during an afternoon call. New people in the Ridings were something of a novelty and an interest. The inhabitants of Eastshire at that time were apt to boast of it--if it could be called a boast--that it was the only county in England where one could still live thirty, over thirty, even forty miles from a railway station. A London newspaper, devoting an article to it ruralities, had headed it, "Darkest Eastshire." The reason of its inaccessibility could not easily be defined. Perhaps it lay somewhat in the fact that there were no building leases to be had. Eastshire was feudal. It preferred to be feudal. But that was before the Great War, which brought its changes. (#0000870)
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