Sylvias Lovers
Sylvias Lovers

Sylvias Lovers

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

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978-1-5132-7141-5
Set in a coastal English town during the early phases of the Napoleonic Wars in the 1790s, Sylvias Lovers follows the complicated love life of a young woman. Sylvia Robson lives a... Más información
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Editorial:
Mint Editions
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-1-5132-7141-5
EAN:
9781513271415
Fecha publicación :
01-02-2021
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    Set in a coastal English town during the early phases of the Napoleonic Wars in the 1790s, Sylvias Lovers follows the complicated love life of a young woman. Sylvia Robson lives a very happy life with her parents on a farm. Her cousin, a kind but dull Quaker man named Philip, loves her dearly, but Sylvias heart is captured by a handsome sailor named Charlie. As they grow closer, Charlie and Sylvia become secretly engaged. However, when Charlie is forced into enlisting in the Navy, he tells Philip, who witnesses the event, about their engagement and asks him to give Sylvia a message. Jealous and heartbroken, Philip decides not to tell Sylvia what happened. After a while, Sylvia assumes that Charlies abrupt disappearance must mean that he had died. Filled with sorrow, Philip helps Sylvia through her mourning. Thankful for his support, Sylvia decides to marry Philip and together they have a daughter. They live a happy life together until the inevitable happens--Charlie returns. After hearing Charlies story, Sylvia is enraged and rejects Philip, kicking him out of their house. He becomes desperate to r

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