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Gaunt's Daughter
 
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Eleanor Shaler
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Gaunt's Daughter

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Cordelia hasn't seen her famous actor-father since she was a little girl. She feels she can never, never forgive him for deserting her mother. But the theater is part of Cordelia's heritage. At seventeen, she is already a promising young actress. And now she is offered her first big part... in a play that will star her father.
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Michele
Feb 10, 2008 rated it liked it
Shelves: childrens-books
I got this book from Book Mooch when I read the title in the list of another member's inventory & remembered the name of the book,read back when I was young (& dinosaurs roamed the earth).
All I recalled was the title & that it was about the theater. It's a very angst-y coming-of-age novel about an older teen raised with the expectation of becoming an actress & one crucial summer when she meets her father for the first time at age 17. It is typical of books written in the 1950s &a
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