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Dodo's Daughter

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Dodo's Daughter by E. F. Benson is a delightful and engaging novel that follows the life of Lady Mildred, the daughter of the infamous duchess known as Dodo. Set in the glittering world of high society in early 20th century England, the story explores themes of love, ambition, and the pressure to conform to societal expectations.

The characters in the novel are well-developed and nuanced, each with their own quirks and motivations. Lady Mildred is a charming and intelligent protagonist who struggles to balance her desire for independence with her duty to her family and society. The supporting cast of characters, including Lady Mildred's mother Dodo and her various suitors, add depth and intrigue to the story.

E. F. Benson's writing is elegant and witty, perfectly capturing the glamour and decadence of the time period. The dialogue is lively and engaging, and the descriptions of the lavish parties and beautiful countryside settings are vivid and evocative.

Overall, Dodo's Daughter is a delightful and entertaining read that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and romantic dramas. With its engaging characters and lush setting, this novel is sure to captivate readers from beginning to end.

Book Description:
The second in the "Dodo" sequence of novels.

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