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A Clergyman's Daughter by George Orwell
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Aug 30, 15

bookshelves: library-book
Read from October 19 to 21, 2011

Orwell's novel about a young woman whose world is compressed into caring for her selfish father and doing good works in her village suffers from the same unrealistic scenes, plot, and characters as many of his other books. When the woman finds herself in London suffering from amnesia she goes into the country with some other people who are homeless. Her days and nights in the city are much like those of characters in his other down-and-out books.

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