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Bella Poldark - #12 > Interesting historical odds and ends in this book

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Historical fiction often encompasses some really big events, but it may be the little odd bits that the author throws in that are the most interesting. What interesting pieces did you pick up in this book?

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Night-rail = nightgown

"Selina was lying across the bed, the curtains part drawn. Her night-rail was rucked up so that her pale slender legs were exposed to well above the knee." (Book 1, Chapter 8)

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