East Lynne

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Oberon Books, 2005 - Drama - 111 pages
A classic of Victorian literature, East Lynne was first published in 1861. It was a sensational success, selling more than 500,000 copies and making its author as famous in her lifetime as Charles Dickens himself.
Beautiful, kind and virtuous, Lady Isabel Vane is the perfect wife and mother ... until, in a fit of jealousy, she leaves her dull, distracted husband and infant children to elope with her handsome, aristocratic suitor. Her fall from grace is absolute as she suffers the terrible punishment of those who dare to disobey a merciless moral code.

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Section 1
15
Section 2
17
Section 3
80
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Lisa B. Evans is a landscape architect, a devoted knitter, and a mother of three. She has designed for the needlecraft industry for more than fifteen years and started her own business, LB Evans Handknits, in 2001, with an innovative line of knitted handbags, backpacks, and totes. She designs for Westminster Fibers, the U.S. distributor of Rowan, Jaeger, and Gedifra yarns, leads knitting workshops and retreats, and assists the handwork instructors in her children's Waldorf school in Freeport, ME.

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