Emily Fox-Seton

Being ''The Making of a Marchioness'' and ''The Methods of Lady Walderhurst''

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Published: 1901
Language: English
Wordcount: 83,076 / 241 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78.2
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,668
Added to site: 2006.02.22
mnybks.net#: 12880

A delightful novel in the author's most charming vein. The scene is laid in an English country house, where an amiable English nobleman is the centre of matrimonial interest on the part of both the English and Americans present. Graceful, sprightly, almost delicious in its dialogue and action. It is a book about which one is tempted to write ecstatically.

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every evening. She had sent, declined, and accepted invitations, and put off charities and dull people. She wrote a fine, dashing hand, and had a matter-of-fact intelligence and knowledge of things. Lady Maria began to depend on her and to find that she could be sent on errands and depended on to do a number of things. Consequently, she was often at South Audley Street, and once, when Lady Maria was suddenly taken ill and was horribly frightened about herself, Emily was such a comfort to her that she kept her for three weeks.

"The creature is so cheerful and perfectly free from vice that she's a relief," her ladyship said to her nephew afterward. "So many women are affected cats. She'll go out and buy you a box of pills or a porous plaster, but at the same time she has a kind of simplicity and freedom from spites and envies which might be the natural thing for a princess."

So it happened that occasionally Emily put on her best dress and most carefully built hat and went to South Audley Street t

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Average Rating of 4 from 2 reviews: ****
2008.05.23
Sophia
*****

The story of Emily Fox-Seton is a heart-warming manual detailing how gratitude and a willingness to be a loving person can take a woman to untold heights, even through adversity.

It was a story I enjoyed curling up to for an evening's entertainment. The lively characters have a depth that make them pop to life within the movie-screen of my mind. I believe that Lady Emily will be in my thoughts for a long time.

2007.09.19
Maddie
***..

Emily is a hardworking,sweet woman of 34 when the Marquis of Walderhurst (54) asks her to be his wife.Alec who is the Marquis's next of kin (cousin) and his wife Hester are not to happy about this and make trouble.An okay read.


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