An Ordinary Woman Cassiopaeiae

ISBN: 9781420887235

Published: March 23rd 2006

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348 pages


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An Ordinary Woman  by  Cassiopaeiae

An Ordinary Woman by Cassiopaeiae
March 23rd 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 348 pages | ISBN: 9781420887235 | 7.79 Mb

Born in India during the British Raj, Elizabeth was brought up in a very strict and religious atmosphere. She blotted here copybook early in her life and found herself deserted alike by her lovers and people she had considered her friends. ThinkingMoreBorn in India during the British Raj, Elizabeth was brought up in a very strict and religious atmosphere. She blotted here copybook early in her life and found herself deserted alike by her lovers and people she had considered her friends.

Thinking of herself as predomiantly English it is with horror that she finds herself regarded as a foreigner when she eventually reaches her Promised Land. India in the wake of Independence was not inclined to accept the relicts of the Raj and so she discovered that she was neither fish nor fowl. It is a tale of great sadness but also of triumph over circumstances which might have daunted a lesser soul.



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