The Coming Of The French Revolution
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From the bestselling author of "Girl With a Pearl Earring" comes a stirring eighteenth-century coming-of- age tale Tracy Chevalier, author of the international bestseller "Girl With a Pearl Earring," returns with another brilliantly rendered historical tale set in the waning days of eighteenth-century London. Poet, artist, and printer William Blake works in obscurity as England is rocked by the shock waves of the French Revolution.
From the author of the international bestseller Girl With a Pearl Earring and At the Edge of the Orchard, comes a stirring eighteenth-century coming-of-age taleIn the waning days of eighteenth-century London, poet, artist, and printer William Blake works in obscurity as England is rocked by the shock waves of the French Revolution. Next door, the Kellaway family has just moved in, and country boy Jem Kellaway strikes up a tentative friendship with street-savvy Maggie Butterfield.
Very Good in Very Good-dust jacket 0674736559. Dust jacket lightly shelf worn and scuffed with some small tears.; Boards are square, flat, and clean. Tight binding. Text body is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has been placed in a removable plastic cover.; 9.2 X 6.4 X 1.6 inches; 480 pages.
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