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  • The Diary of a Provincial Lady | E. M. Delafield

    The Diary of a Provincial Lady

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By E. M. Delafield
    • Narrated By Georgina Sutton
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    'Lady B. stays to tea. (Mem.: Bread-and-butter too thick. Speak to Ethel.) We talk some more about bulbs, the Dutch School of Painting, our Vicar's wife, sciatica, and All Quiet on the Western Front. (Query: is it possible to cultivate the art of conversation when living in the country all the year round?)' If the question suggests a qualified answer, there is no doubt that the art of diary writing is alive and well and very, very funny in Devonshire in the 1920s. At least in the hands of E. M. Delafield.

  • Sophy Mason Comes Back | E. M. Delafield

    Sophy Mason Comes Back

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    • By E. M. Delafield
    • Narrated By Cathy Dobson
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    Edmée Elizabeth Monica Dashwood, née de la Pasture (1890-1943), was a prolific English author who wrote under the pseudonym E. M. Delafield. She is best known for her largely autobiographical Diary of a Provincial Lady , which took the form of a journal of the life of an upper-middle-class Englishwoman living mostly in a Devon village of the 1930s.

  • Squirrel in a Cage | E. M. Delafield

    Squirrel in a Cage

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    • By E. M. Delafield
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    Edmée Elizabeth Monica Dashwood, née de la Pasture (1890-1943), was a prolific English author who wrote under the pseudonym E. M. Delafield. She is best known for her largely autobiographical Diary of a Provincial Lady, which took the form of a journal of the life of an upper-middle class Englishwoman living mostly in a Devon village of the 1930s. In 'Squirrel in a Cage', she tells the story of the ending of a relationship between two lovers.

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