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Un inconveniente

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Un inconveniente comienza con la imagen de una mujer sentada cerca de una ventana abierta, en su tocador azul y blanco… a principios del siglo XX. Cholmondeley (léase Chumly) contrapone dos estereotipos femeninos: el de Lady Mary Carden, rubia, elegante, delicada, correcta, cariñosa, dulce, intachable, religiosa, treintañera, y el de Elsa Grey, muy joven, morena, esbelta, ...more
Paperback, 72 pages
Published 2012 by Periférica
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Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an English novelist.
The daughter of the vicar at St Luke's Church in the village of Hodnet, Market Drayton, Shropshire, England, where she was born, Cholmondeley spent much of the first thirty years of her life taking care of her sickly mother.

Selected writings
* The Danvers Jewels (1886)
* Sir Charles Danvers (1889)
* Let Loose (1890)
* Diana Tem
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Red Pottage Diana Tempest The Danvers Jewels La polilla y la herrumbre The Danvers Jewels and Sir Charles Danvers

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