The Clever Woman of the Family

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The Floating Press, Feb 1, 2012 - Fiction - 642 pages
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Fans of Jane Austen and George Eliot will fall in love with Charlotte Mary Yonge's The Clever Woman of the Family, the tale of a headstrong young woman whose strong opinions and heartfelt desires clash with the social strictures of her era. Will Rachel Curtis rise above the stifling conventions of the age and find true and lasting happiness on her own terms?
 

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Contents

Chapter I In Search of a Mission
5
Chapter II Rachels Discipline
44
Chapter III Mackarel Lane
58
Chapter IV The Hero
93
Chapter V Military Society
106
Chapter VI Ermines Resolution
132
Chapter VII Waitng for Rose
159
Chapter VIII Womans Mission Discovered
198
Chapter XVII The Siege
357
Chapter XVIII The Forlorn Hope
377
Chapter XIX The Brewst She Brewed
396
Chapter XX The Saracens Head
408
Chapter XXI The Quarter Sessions
439
Chapter XXII The After Clap
460
Chapter XXIII Dear Alexander
477
Chapter XXIV The Honeymoon
502

Chapter IX The New Sport
222
Chapter X The Philanthropist
236
Chapter XI Lady Temples Troubles
262
Chapter XII A Change at the Parsonage
277
Chapter XIII The Fox and the Crow
291
Chapter XIV The Gowanbrae Ball
307
Chapter XV Go and Bray
325
Chapter XVI An Apparition
336
Chapter XXV The Huntsford Croquet
528
Chapter XXVI The End of Cleverness
541
Chapter XXVII The Post Bag
568
Chapter XXVIII Vanity of Vanities
586
Chapter XXIX At Last
605
Chapter XXX Who is the Clever Woman?
631
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