The Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters

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When circumstances compel her to start over late in her life, Candida Wilton moves from a beautiful Georgian house in lovely Suffolk to a two-room, walk-up flat in a run-down building in central London--and begins to pour her soul into a diary. Candida is not exactly destitute. So, is the move perversity, she wonders, a survival test, or is she punishing herself? How will she adjust to this shabby, menacing, but curiously appealing city? What can happen, at her age, to change her life? In a voice that is pitch-perfect, Candida describes her health club, her social circle, and her attempts at risk-taking in her new life. She begins friendships of sorts with other women-widowed, divorced, never married, women straddled between generations. And then there is a surprise pension-fund windfall . . . A beautifully rendered story, this is Margaret Drabble at her novelistic best.

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  • Format: Paperback

  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780156028752

  • ISBN-10: 0156028751

  • Pages: 320

  • Price: $18.95

  • Publication Date: 10/13/2003

  • Carton Quantity: 24

  • Reading Level:

    • Lexile Reading Level 920L

Margaret Drabble
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Margaret Drabble

MARGARET DRABBLE is the author of The Sea Lady, The Seven Sisters, The Peppered Moth, and The Needle's Eye, among other novels. For her contributions to contemporary English literature, she was made a Dame of the British Empire in 2008.
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    PRAISE FOR THE SEVEN SISTERS

    "Reading a Margaret Drabble novel has always been like cozying up with a cup of hot tea by a gas fire with a dull English winter rain misting the window, and contemplating the story of one's own life."-The New York Times

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Related Categories

  • Format: Paperback

  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780156028752

  • ISBN-10: 0156028751

  • Pages: 320

  • Price: $18.95

  • Publication Date: 10/13/2003

  • Carton Quantity: 24

  • Reading Level:

    • Lexile Reading Level 920L

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