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tara

Danielle, glad to hear you placed an order! I went with The Far Cry and The Carlyles at Home. Glad to hear you were able to locate the Taylor article - my husband receives Atlantic Monthly and I've found lots of interesting book reviews and articles about literature.

Danielle

Tara--The Carlyle's at Home was one of the titles I was considering. You'll have to let me know how it is. I have The Far Cry (as yet unread). I've heard good things about the Atlantic Monthly--I pick it up now and again, but it sounds like a good magazine to subscribe to--thanks for letting me know about the article!

Dorothy W.

Lots of good stuff here -- thanks! I should subscribe to the Persephone mailing list, as I really like their books. And I'll have to hunt down the article on Taylor, which sounds interesting -- she's so wonderful, isn't she?

Cornflower

The Village is quite superb!

Susan

Your image looked familiar so I checked my shelves--that's the cover to my Virago copy of Rachel Ferguson's The Brontes Went to Woolworths.

Matt

Both the Fortnight and Wedding books sound very appealing...would like to get them for vacation reads. :)

Danielle

Dorothy--I copied the Taylor article--it looks interesting. I'm glad to see people are taking an interest in her. Persephone just sends out an occasional email letter--what I'm really looking forward to is their new catalog and printed newsletter, which should be coming soon.
Cornflower--So glad to hear that. I really like M. Laski's writing and need to find more of her work.
Susan--I love that illustration. I had never seen it before--it is in the Persephone catalog on the page describing the Sherriff book.
Matt--I can't wait to get them. Persephone Books are so elegant. I am very much in the mood to read one of their titles now.


iliana

I'm so glad you mentioned this - I need to subscribe to their online newsletter. I used to get the catalog but if you don't buy a book after a while they stop sending it. Or something like that. Now I'm very tempted. I'll let you know if I end up taking advantage of the offer. By the way, I've read Cheerful Weather for a Wedding. Lovely!

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