Wakefield's Course

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Dundurn, Jan 13, 2010 - Fiction - 344 pages
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Originally published in 1941, Wakefield’s Course begins in the spring of 1939 at Jalna. Renny Whiteoak is keen to sail for Ireland with his small daughter, Adeline, to buy a racehorse, but he’s more eager to see his younger cousins, Finch and Wakefield, who have been living in London. On his arrival in England, Renny becomes entangled in his cousins’ affairs of the heart. This is book 12 of 16 in The Whiteoak Chronicles. It is followed by Return to Jalna.

 

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Contents

I
9
II
37
III
49
IV
58
V
71
VI
84
VII
95
VIII
106
XIX
221
XX
226
XXI
233
XXII
243
XXIII
248
XXIV
262
XXV
274
XXVI
280

IX
116
X
120
XI
134
XII
150
XIII
173
XIV
176
XV
183
XVI
197
XVII
212
XVIII
216
XXVII
288
XXVIII
292
XXIX
301
XXX
305
XXXI
314
XXXII
330
XXXIII
336
XXXIV
348
The Jalna Novels
358
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Mazo de la Roche, in 1927, was an impoverished writer in Toronto when she won a $10,000 prize from the American magazine Atlantic Monthly for her novel Jalna. The book became an immediate bestseller and was eventually adapted for stage, screen, and television.

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