Margaret Kennedy was a prolific English novelist whose work spanned 44 years from 1922 to 1966. Lucy Carmichael, the protagonist of the novel of the same name was a bright young thing from a good, if eccentric London family. As the book opens she is being jilted at the altar. She then goes to teach in a small village in Lincolnshire where she has another shot at love.
The book is hard cover, no dust jacket and I believe it is a book club edition although it has no identifier other than copyright 1951 which is the year it was published. Publisher is Rinehart and Company, New York. The book is 344 pages. It is in very good, tight condition. Very light shelf wear on edges of cloth covered boards. The pages are unmarked, no dog ears. Edna/51 is written on the front fly page very neatly in ink. The cloth on the back cover has what looks like a coffee colored stain in the upper left corner. It is coffee on taupe linen.
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