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A Clergyman's Daughter, Paperback / softback Book

A Clergyman's Daughter Paperback / softback

Edited by D.J. Taylor

Part of the Orwell: The New Editions series

Paperback / softback


A new edition of Orwell's starkly realistic second novel, introduced and annotated by his biographer, D.

J. TaylorFirst published in 1935, when Orwell was struggling to establish himself as a writer, A Clergyman's Daughter tells the story of twenty-something Dorothy Hare, whose mundane life in a Suffolk rectory is thrown out of kilter by an amnesiac episode that sets her adrift in a new and frighteningly insecure world. This new edition includes an introduction, extensive anecdotes and an appendix containing original responses to the novel as well as letters and documents from the period in which it was written.


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