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Lady Rose's Daughter

by Mary Augusta Ward

It is a historical novel that tells the story of a young girl named Lady Rose, who is the daughter of a famous actress. Lady Rose is brought up in a world of wealth and privilege, but she is torn between her loyalty to her mother and her desire to find true love and happiness. The book was first published in 1903 and is set in Victorian England, providing a glimpse into the customs and social norms of the time. The novel was well received by critics and became a popular choice for readers of all ages. Ward's writing is vivid and descriptive, painting a picture of a bygone era and bringing the characters to life. The book deals with themes of love, loyalty, and the conflict between social expectations and personal desires. Lady Rose's Daughter" is a timeless classic that will appeal to young readers who enjoy historical fiction and are interested in exploring the customs and social norms of the past. The book also has relevance today, as it explores timeless themes that are still relevant in modern society. Overall, "Lady Rose's Daughter" is an engaging and thought-provoking read that will captivate young readers and leave a lasting impression. With its timeless themes and engaging characters, it is a must-read for anyone who enjoys historical fiction.

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Mary Augusta Ward

United Kingdom

Mary Augusta Ward was a British novelist who wrote under her married name as Mrs Humphry Ward. She worked to improve education for the poor and she became the founding Pr...

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