By Shelley Thrasher
Bree imperative and Linda Morton have sacrificed their own lives for profession and kinfolk. Now, in her past due sixties, Bree is compelled to come to her native land in East Texas, the place she starts off to find issues approximately herself she has refused to recognize for 50 years. Do either she and Linda—who is eventually out and proud—have the braveness to say the kind of lifestyles they’ve by no means allowed themselves to embody?
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This emphasis upon the importance of fami ly life is significant since St Leon was written shortly after his wife, Mary Wollstonecraft, died giving birth to Mary Shelley. The novel was written as a tribute to her memory and lovingly portrays her as Marguerite, St Leon’s wife. The story concerns Count Reginald de St Leon, a descendant of one of the oldest families in France, who after pursuing a military career em barks upon a period of gambling. Two years later he meets Marguerite Louise de Damville, whom he eventually marries.
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Autumn Spring by Shelley Thrasher