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Mrs Lirriper (Hesperus Classics) (Hardcover)

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By Charles Dickens, Philip Hensher (Foreword by)
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Description


Mrs Lirriper is an involving story of people thrown together by chance, that moves from the squalors of Victorian London to the sunnier climes of southern France. Recently widowed, Mrs. Lirriper devotes her energies to attending to the needs of her assorted lodgers; but when a newborn child is abandoned to her care, her responsibilities grow to new levels. She enlists longtime lodger, the Major, into the role of "guardian," and the two develop an increasing affection for the boy. In an effort to entertain the growing lad, they relate the stories of their fellow lodgers, little knowing that they are about to embark on their own real-life tale of impending death, guilty secrets, and mysterious legacies. Charles Dickens is one of England's most important literary figures. His works enjoyed enormous success in his day and are still regarded as among the most popular and widely read classics of all time.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781843911319
ISBN-10: 1843911310
Publisher: Hesperus Press
Publication Date: November 1st, 2005
Pages: 258
Language: English
Series: Hesperus Classics