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Parson Mansell"s Daughter

Kathleen Freeman

Parson Mansell"s Daughter

by Kathleen Freeman

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Published by Hale in London, UK .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Kathleen Freeman.
The Physical Object
Pagination189p. ;
Number of Pages189
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15127162M
ISBN 100709005911
OCLC/WorldCa16588892

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Parson Mansell"s Daughter by Kathleen Freeman Download PDF EPUB FB2

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I went to the Parson’s daughter because of the name. My daughter and her families last name is the same. She has fabulous chocolates!. I have only been there twice and she remembered who I was and why I was there the first time.

It’s a great place I’d you are looking for 5/5(24). The Parson's Daughter is no exception, and we see Nancy Ann grow from child to girl to woman and live with her through the journey she takes with love, guilt, remorse and many other human emotions.

I also like that, although we are reading Nancy Ann's journey, we also see through eyes of other characters, so to give balance and more depth to /5(80). THE PARSON'S DAUGHTER is a major novel spanning the last quarter of the nineteenth century and introduces one of Catherine Cookson's most memorable heroines.

Its strong and vibrant narrative will captivate this great storyteller's readers throughout the world/5(). The parson's daughter is Nancy Ann. She comes from a sheltered home consisting of her pious parents, a fiesty grandma, and two brothers.

Her little cocoon of safety is threatened, however, by a wealthy man old enough to be her father that desires her hand in marriage/5(5). Editions for The Parson's Daughter: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition), (Paperback published in ), (Mas Author: Catherine Cookson.

Parson's remark is one of the most tragic utterances in the book, right up there with "Do it to Julia."." A father's being proud of his daughter's turning him in for something he said in his sleep.

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Sharon Watson Booklist Sharon Watson Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Parson's Daughter; When three young men are killed at the battle of Waterloo, an obscure country parson inherits an earldom. Edith, the parson's daughter, attracts the attention of Charles, Lord Whitley.

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As she says, she likes her books to be established and grounded on reality s much they are feel-good fiction works. Fast Friends is her earliest book which was published in the parson’s daughter and had little to say but there she’d be on the school bus each day a few seats in front looking out of the window and you’d gaze at her and wonder what thoughts occupied her mind and what feelings ran along her nerves and that time she fainted and people muttered things and you caught words like must be that5/5.