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Miss Crespigny

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Miss Crespigny is a captivating novel that tells the story of a young woman's journey to find her true identity and purpose in life. Set in the Victorian era, the book expertly explores themes of love, friendship, and the pursuit of happiness.

The protagonist, Miss Crespigny, is a strong and determined character who faces numerous challenges and obstacles along the way. As she navigates her way through society's expectations and norms, she learns valuable lessons about the importance of staying true to oneself and following one's heart.

Frances Hodgson Burnett's writing is elegant and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the world in which Miss Crespigny lives. The descriptions of the settings and characters are rich and detailed, making the reader feel as though they are a part of the story.

Overall, Miss Crespigny is a thoroughly enjoyable read that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and romance. With its engaging plot and well-developed characters, this book is sure to keep readers captivated from beginning to end.

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This is a less known, but not less beautiful, novel by the author of The Secret Garden, A Little Princess, The Lost Prince, Little Lord Fauntleroy, The Shuttle, and many more. There is something different about miss Lysbeth Crespigny. Raised by three maiden aunts and sheltered from the world, she leaves them for the first time in order to explore the world. Yet she is often misunderstood. The world she discovers is more complicated and confusing then she anticipates. She is only 18 when the book starts. However the choices she has to make have consequences which she learns to navigate and become the strong woman she can be. - Summary by Stav Nisser.

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