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November 2019 > November 2019 24th to 30th

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Majdouline | 6 comments I will be reading 24 hours in the life of a woman from Zweig published 27.

message 3: by Sharon (new)

Sharon Goforth Since I’ve already read The Edwardians, I’ll be reading Family History by Vita Sackville-West.

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Emily Boivin | 4 comments I am going to be reading ladie's Bane.

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Kim | 4 comments We Of The Never-Never by Jeannie Gunn We Of The Never-Never by Jeannie Gunn first published in 1908.
It's also fitting into 2 other challenges Non-fiction November and an Australian Road-trip to the remote Northern Territory.
Memoir of one of the first Edwardian women to travel to a remote station after marrying her grazier husband. Living with the locals and the initially chauvinist stockmen, she writes with a fair slice of humour.

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Amelia (sophron) | 5 comments I have started Eine Stadt wie Alice by Nevil Shute.

On page 70 I bailed. Couldn't get into it.

Now starting A Room with a View by. E.M.Forster.
I'm sure his wonderful writing will help me out.

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