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by Sarah Grazebrook
- ISBN: 0340675152
- ISBN13: 978-0340675151
- ePub: 1131 kb | FB2: 1524 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Sceptre (July 17, 1997)
- Pages: 288
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 523
- Format: doc txt docx lit
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Page Two. (1997) A novel by Sarah Grazebrook
Page Two. (1997) A novel by Sarah Grazebrook. Genre: General Fiction. July 1997 : UK Hardback. December 1997 : UK Paperback. by Sarah Grazebrook. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780340675151. Release Date:July 1997.
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Sarah Grazebrook exchanged a career as a television actress for one as a writer following the birth of her second child. Her first novel, Not Waving, won the Cosmopolitan Fiction Prize and she has written six others. She wrote a monthly column, ‘Notes from the Garret’, for Kent Life for four and a half years and contributes to a variety of satirical radio programmes. Sarah has wide experience of teaching creative writing for the Arvon Foundation and at Macon in France. She now lives in Deal, Kent.
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You'll live and breathe this book. Sarah Grazebrook's characterisation and dialogue are excellent' Heat.
The format of this book is interesting
It is extraordinary in that Sarah Grazebrook manages to convey a serious belief and a nobleness in the equality these women are fighting for, and at the same time does not hesitate to reveal some of the questionable ways that they went about it. Some of the characters irritate you more than you would have thought possible of someone fighting for justice. The format of this book is interesting. It does not have chapters but is simply split into five parts (and a postscript), each at different stages in the development of the fight of the suffragettes and of Maggie's life. It ends just after the war in 1918.
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