Tempestuous Petticoat

Tempestuous Petticoat By Clare Leighton, Tempestuous Petticoat The author tells the story of her eccentric mother who wrote potboiling novels for the London dailies while attempting to run a complete upper class Edwardian household
  • Title: Tempestuous Petticoat
  • Author: Clare Leighton
  • ISBN: 9780897330992
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tempestuous Petticoat By Clare Leighton, The author tells the story of her eccentric mother, who wrote potboiling novels for the London dailies while attempting to run a complete upper class Edwardian household.
    Tempestuous Petticoat By Clare Leighton,
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    1. HmmmI might have been hoping for about Clare but this was all Marie, her mother And it seems Clare chose rather opposite what her mother would have wanted Becoming and artist, for one Liking nature and low people labourers for another A strange and interesting household claustrophobic, really Marie was a Character not at all sensitive to a child s needs, although Clare doesn t come right out and say so I didn t like her not that it matters It seems Clare learned about the real world from her m [...]


    2. This was an interesting read artist Clare Leighton s biography of her now forgotten writer mother, Marie Conner Leighton It s told in the first person from child Clare s point of view, and I went into reading it somehow unaware of the Leightons chief claim to fame Clare s older brother, Roland, was Vera Brittain s fiance The book itself was interesting, but not necessarily in the way intended Leighton takes a neutral tone towards her mother despite the fact that the woman was clearly a monstrous [...]


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