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by William Frend De Morgan

  • Author: William Frend De Morgan
  • ISBN: 1143582454
  • ISBN13: 978-1143582455
  • ePub: 1355 kb | FB2: 1259 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (February 4, 2010)
  • Pages: 596
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Somehow Good ePub download

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De Morgan is best known as a designer. With a style that at times is reminiscent of Thackeray or Dickens, De Morgan is a writer with a distinctive voice, wry wit, and - if 'Somehow Good' is any indicator - a truly sentimental heart. Summary by Helen Taylor). One of the pioneers of the arts and crafts movement, he was a lifelong friend of William Morris and designed tiles and ceramics for Morris & Co for many years. But during his lifetime he also found considerable success as a writer. This is a Librivox recording.

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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. After years of separation from his wife, the hero, during a complete suspension of memory and loss of identity, accidentally finds shelter in her home. This situation seems very simple, but the developments are far from simple, and form a story of complicated motives and experiences which holds the reader closely

LibriVox recording of Somehow Good by William Frend De Morgan. Read in English by Helen Taylor A mysterious man arrives in London and, in a freak accident, gets electrocuted on an underground train and loses his memory.

LibriVox recording of Somehow Good by William Frend De Morgan. A young lady called Sally Nightingale feels responsible, and brings him home to her mother. But in a strange twist of fate it transpires that her mother is the man's ex wife, whom he divorced twenty years earlier in unhappy circumstances

William Frend De Morgan (16 November 1839 – 15 January 1917) was an English potter and tile designer. A lifelong friend of William Morris, he designed tiles, stained glass and furniture for Morris & Co. from 1863 to 1872.

William Frend De Morgan (16 November 1839 – 15 January 1917) was an English potter and tile designer. His tiles are often based on medieval designs or Persian patterns, and he experimented with innovative glazes and firing techniques. Galleons and fish were popular motifs, as were "fantastical" birds and other animals. Many of De Morgan's tile designs were planned to create intricate patterns when several tiles were laid together. A mysterious man arrives in London and, in a freak accident, gets electrocuted on an underground train and loses his memory. But in a strange twist of fate it transpires that her mother is the man's ex wife, whom he left twenty years earlier in unhappy circumstances. The old attraction is there, but what will happen if and when his memory returns? A highly melodramatic plot, but with a deft comic touch, a host of vibrant characters, and a large dash of romance

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