A Duet: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
An epistolary novel, A duet is a fictitious work that draws on Doyle's personal life, particularly his first marriage experiences. It also presents the turning point of the author's life when his love for writing overcame all other aspects of his professional and personal life.
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THE OVERTURE CONCLUDED
IN BRITAINS VALHALLA
TWO SOLOS AND A DUET
KEEPING UP APPEARANCES
LAYING A COURSE
CONCERNING MRS BEETON
THE BROWNING SOCIETY
THE LAST NOTE OF THE DUET
MR SAMUEL PEPYS
A VISIT TO MR SAMUEL PEPYS
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