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Madame Aurora epub ebook

by Sarah Aldridge

Madame Aurora epub ebook

Author: Sarah Aldridge
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: A&M Books; 1 edition (September 1, 1983)
Pages: 248 pages
ISBN: 0930044444
ISBN13: 978-0930044442
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 953
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Elizabeth Beaufort: beautiful, impoverished scholar who has eked out a living as a teacher until deafness and a scandal over a book about love intervene. Naiad Press, 1983 - 248 sayfa. Nell Purcell: independent, aloof and scornful of convention.

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Sarah Aldridge was the pen name of Anyda Marchant (January 27, 1911 in Rio de Janeiro – January 11, 2006), who was a founding partner for Naiad Press 1973 and A&M Books in 1995.

Sarah Aldridge was the pen name of Anyda Marchant (January 27, 1911 in Rio de Janeiro – January 11, 2006), who was a founding partner for Naiad Press 1973 and A&M Books in 1995, and a writer of primarily lesbian popular fiction. Marchant was the daughter of Langworthy and Maude Marchant, and moved with her family to Washington, .

Near East University (NEU) Grand Library is open 24 hours. Madame Aurora, (Aldridge Sarah). Bibliographical information (record 207876). Publisher: Naiad Press

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Madame Aurora by Sarah Aldridge.

Civil War nurse and teacher Hannah uses her psychic powers to create a comfortable home for her lifelong companion Elizabeth – a scholar who suffered the indignities heaped on women in academia in the late 19th century. It's another one of Aldridge's classic novels of feminist triumph and love colored outside the lines.
Reviews (2)
I found this book to be extremely interesting &.a wonderful surprise. Sarah Aldridge at her best...again! Elizabeth &.Hannah made this book quite a journey. I am pleased to have traveled with them. I have no doubt that I will read this wonderful book many times in the future.

Madame Aurora by Sarah Aldridge
This novel begins in the year 1897 and details the lives of Elizabeth Beaufort and Hannah Morgan who have been lovers for 30 years. Their travels have led them to Washington D. C. where Liz, a historical scholar, intends to research material at the Library of Congress for her second book. However, their fortunes are at a very low point when Liz becomes ill. With little money and on the edge of being thrown out on the street Hannah makes a decision; she has always had a 'knack' for knowing certain things and becomes Madame Aurora, spiritual adviser. She quickly develops a large following and also becomes the adviser to a dying silver tycoon, Colonel William Head, incredibly wealthy and incredibly afraid of his coming death, and a bastard of the first order, doing whatever it took, including murder, to acquire his fortune.
Daisy, the niece of the Colonel's wife, meets and falls in love with Nell, a librarian newly hired to catalog books at the Library of Congress. Daisy interacts with Madame Aurora, a constant visitor at her home while attending to her Uncle, while Nell is enthralled by Liz as she assists her in researching materials at the library.
Sarah Aldridge has a distinct writing style, one which I adore and, as with her other books, the words fairly leapt from the page into my eyes. This captivating story of women in love is cast against the first fifty years of the women's movement. There is no graphic sex but this work is immersed in the joy of women loving women. I loved it and it's going into my collection for many future readings. On the hot meter this is a 3, on the love meter it's a 10.

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