The act of reading ... begins on a flat surface, counter or page, and then gets stirred and chopped and blended until what we make, in the end, is a dish, or story, all our own. — Adam Gopnik
I am so enjoying your posts on Elizabeth, Audrey, but just about went into a swoon at mention of her getting rid of her Edwardian furniture. Do you know anything about the copyright on the Downshire Hill book? I've tried to track down a copy but one library wants $20 to loan it while another library is asking $10...a reissue would be perfect. Actually, your situation is perfect, you minx, a loan period of over one year...I say!
Hi, Darlene,The copy I am reading might be the first edition - a hardcover, published in the UK by Michael Russell in 2004. Does that help?Doesn't Persephone Books have some kind of write-in campaign for what they will publish next? They'd sell at least 2 copies right away, wouldn't they?
Oh is that Elizabeth Jenkins? She was quite a beauty. I was very impressed with The Tortoise and the Hare.
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