The middle age of Mrs. Eliot: a novel

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Penguin Books, 1960 - Fiction - 439 pages
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Plunged into poverty by the accidental death of her husband, Meg Eliot tries to rebuild her life

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User Review  - etxgardener - LibraryThing

A lot of modern readers will not like this book because it's written in a very old fashioned, almost 19th Century way . The book has no chapters, but instead is broken into three "books" denoting the ... Read full review

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This book comes from the middle of Angus Wilson's career, when he was relatively prolific and - as Mrs Eliot - verging on middle age. As befits a titular character, Meg Eliot is at the centre of the ... Read full review

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