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Ann

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Ann is a captivating novel that follows the life of the title character as she navigates the challenges of growing up in Victorian-era England. The author, Lechmere Worrall, does a fantastic job of immersing the reader in Ann's world, painting a vivid picture of the social norms and expectations of the time.

The story is both heartwarming and heartbreaking, as Ann faces struggles with family, love, and society's expectations. Worrall's writing is beautifully descriptive, allowing the reader to easily imagine themselves in Ann's shoes as she fights to carve out her own path in a world that tries to confine her.

Overall, Ann is a beautifully written and engaging novel that will keep readers turning the pages until the very end. It is a poignant reminder of the power of perseverance and the importance of staying true to oneself, even in the face of adversity.

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Edward Hargraves, a young author, is encouraged by his mother and friend, Billy, to marry a woman in order to understand the fairer sex better and thereby characterize them better in his next book. While he attempts to follow their advice and marry Evangeline, a pleasant but rather uninteresting woman, a daring American reporter has set her eyes on him. She will stop at nothing to interview him and attract his attention. - Summary by Elsie Selwyn Cast List: Rev. Samuel Hargraves: ToddHWEdward Hargraves: Campbell SchelpWilliam “Billy” Lloyd: RHelfmannMrs. Hargraves: Anita Sloma-MartinezEvangeline Lipscomb: thestorygirlAnn Anning: EmmaHattonStage Directions: Elsie Selwyn Edited by: linny


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