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Daughter of Trade

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Dinah Driffield has grown up happy and content in the upper middle class of society in Leeds in the north of England. Her family is numerous and loving, her friends many and her year is a satisfactory round of charitable work, social events, and summer visits to nearby Harrowgate. She expects that she will marry within her class and continue her life in much the same patte ...more
Published (first published February 25th 2005)
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An interesting case of reverse snobbery when a lonely peer, raised by his servants, develops a love for the energetic and competent daughter of a manufacturer from Leeds and her family. Set during the Luddite risings. The willful worst-interpretation by the heroine of whatever the hero did annoyed me, but I very much enjoyed the story otherwise.
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