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by Charlotte M. Braeme

eBook Dora Thorne (Dodo Press) ePub
Author: Charlotte M. Braeme
Language: English
ISBN: 1409906698
ISBN13: 978-1409906698
Publisher: Dodo Press (January 2, 2009)
Pages: 308
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 476
Formats: lit azw doc azw
ePub file: 1598 kb
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Dora Thorne (Dodo Press) Charlotte Mary (Monica? ) Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. Clay, was a prolific Victorian . Dodo Press, Book Depository Limited.

Dora Thorne (Dodo Press) Charlotte Mary (Monica? ) Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. Clay, was a prolific Victorian author. She was the author of many popular works of fiction and romance. Amongst her works are: Dora Thorne (1877), Madolin's Lover (1879), Hilda (1882), Wife in Name Only (1883), The Wife's Secret (1884), A Dead Heart, and Lady Gwendoline's Dream (1884), The Earl's Atonement (1884), A Wilful Maid: A Love Story (1885), A Fair Mystery.

The Consequences Of Folly Seldom End With Its Originator," Said Lord Earle To His Son. "Rely Upon It, Ronald, If You Were To Take This Most Foolish And Unadvisable Step, You Would Bring Misery Upon Yourself And Every One Connected Wi. . "Rely Upon It, Ronald, If You Were To Take This Most Foolish And Unadvisable Step, You Would Bring Misery Upon Yourself And Every One Connected With You. Listen To Reason. There Is No Reason In Prejudice," Replied The Young Man Haughtily. You Can Not Bring Forward One Valid Reason Against My Marriage.

Published January 2nd 2009 by Dodo Press (first published 1880).

Charlotte Mary (Monica? ) Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under. Published January 2nd 2009 by Dodo Press (first published 1880).

by. Charlotte M. Braeme.

Read Dora Thorne to find ou. Though acclaimed romance novelist Charlotte M. Brame penned hundreds of short stories and book-length tales over the course of her illustrious literary career, fans and critics alike regard Dora Thorne as her most popular creation. This epic tale centers around romance that blooms among partners of different social classes.

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Brame Charlotte M. This book was extremely popular in the 1890’s. The author’s name is Nora Roberts and she has written an amount of highly popular stories in her time. A lot of readers were amazed having found the corr. espondence to Dreiser’s Sister Carrie. Dreiser has obviously detested this book by Nora Roberts as he disgusted sentimentality. MoreLess Show More Show Less. Dora Thorne is very pretty; but remember, she is quite a rustic and unformed beauty and I almost doubt whether she can read or spell properly

by. Dora Thorne is very pretty; but remember, she is quite a rustic and unformed beauty and I almost doubt whether she can read or spell properly. She is modest and good, I grant, and I never heard one syllable against her. Ronald, let me appeal to your better judgment are a moderate amount of rustic prettiness and shy modesty sufficient qualifications for your wife, who will have to take your mother's place?"

Charlotte Mary Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also . Amongst her works are: Dora Thorne (1877), Madolin's Lover (1879), Hilda.

Charlotte Mary Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. After attending convent schools in Bristol and Preston and a finishing school in Paris, she worked as a governess. Her books were very successful with the public, but her earnings were severely diminished by piracy. Amongst her works are: Dora Thorne (1877), Madolin's Lover (1879), Hilda (1882), Wife in Name Only (1883), The Wife's Secret (1884), An Unnatural Bondage (1887) and Two Fair Women (1900).

Charlotte Mary (Monica? ) Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. Clay, was a prolific Victorian author. She was the author of many popular works of fiction and romance. Amongst her works are: Dora Thorne (1877), Madolin's Lover (1879), Hilda (1882), Wife in Name Only (1883), The Wife's Secret (1884), A Dead Heart, and Lady Gwendoline's Dream (1884), The Earl's Atonement (1884), A Wilful Maid: A Love Story (1885), A Fair Mystery (1885), A Passion Flower (1886), An Unnatural Bondage (1887), Sweet Cymbeline (1887), Arnold's Promise (1887), Unnatural Bondage (1887), The Gipsy's Daughter (1890), In Love's Crucible (1890), Between Two Hearts (1893), A Pair of Brown Eyes (1893), Her Second Love (1900), Two Fair Women (1900), The Coquette's Victim, Coralie, My Mother's Rival, Marion Arleigh's Penance, The Tragedy of the Chain Pier and others.
Wishamac
had read this author's book, put asunder, so wanted to read others...this was an old romance and to me they are better than the new ones...cover of book was brand new but inside the great old story...
Realistic
I had to laugh when I saw this book was reissued. It was a fantastically popular romance novel in the 1890s, written by the Nora Roberts of her day, and any of you interested in the popular culture of the gilded age should read it. It's a totally addictive read; Charlotte Brame was not at all a bad writer, as long as you are not put off by the classist ideas or the sentimentality of the age.

I am nearly sixty, and I first read this book at about age 10, sitting on the floor of my grandmother's storeroom, where she kept books that had belonged to my great grandmother. At that age I found the book riveting, and when I read it again as a young woman I found the book had not lost any of its compulsive readability.

Later when I went to college I was amused to find a reference to the book in Dreiser's Sister Carrie. Dreiser clearly detested Dora Thorne; as a literary naturalist he was disgusted by the sentimentality. However, I have always thought Dreiser a very clumsy stylist--he could have learned a thing or two about how to write from the very non-literary Charlotte Brame.
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