The Invader

0 0 5 Scritto da: Margaret L. Woods
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As it is common and necessary in the academic world, students study art and its history, perceiving many, many works over their academic career. However, it is rare that a piece art can be traced back to a student through personal history. Yet, Professor Fletcher’s pupils get this chance as they study a portrait of a woman named Lady Hammerton. First starting with the story of his grandfather’s scandalous marriage to a woman twenty-four years younger than him, Professor Fletcher leads the discussion on the intriguing story behind the portrait, and the colorful personality and accomplishments of the lady immortalized on the canvas. While the students hear of stories both heart-breaking, inspirational, and shocking, they become even more invested when they realize the uncanny resemblance a fellow student, Milly, shares with the woman in the painting. As they learn of their blood connection, the students keep these stories in mind as they continue their studies with a greater perspective.

Though not often found in print, The Invader: A Novel by Margaret Louisa Woods is a compelling and thought-provoking read. Through the exploration of topics such as art, history, and ancestry, this dramatic novel allows modern readers a privileged perspective into the culture of the early 20th century, especially concerning the academic world. With captivating characters, and vivid description, The Invader: A Novel is alluring and fascinating. Decorated with Woods’ gorgeous and poem-like prose, The Invader: A Novel intimately depicts characters and scenery that stay imprinted on readers’ minds long after the narrative is finished.

This edition of The Invader: A Novel by Margaret Louisa Woods features an eye-catching new cover design and is presented in a font that is both modern and readable. With these accommodations, this edition is accessible and appealing to contemporary audiences, restoring The Invader: A Novel to modern standards while preserving the poetic prose and mastery of Margaret Lousia Woods’ work.
Lingua: Inglese Categoria: Narrativa Serie: Mint Editions: 1 Traduttore:

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Editore: Mint Editions
Pubblicato: 2021-01-26
ISBN: 9781513284972
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