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Churchyard by the Sea

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"Churchyard by the Sea" by Jessie C. Howden is a poignant and evocative novel that transports readers to a small coastal town in England. The story revolves around a young woman named Sarah who returns to her childhood home to attend her estranged father's funeral. As she navigates the complexities of family relationships and the secrets of the past, she also grapples with her own sense of identity and belonging.

Howden's writing is beautifully descriptive, painting a vivid picture of the town and its inhabitants. The churchyard itself becomes a central character in the narrative, serving as a haunting backdrop for Sarah's emotional journey. The author skillfully weaves together themes of loss, forgiveness, and redemption, creating a deeply moving and immersive reading experience.

Overall, "Churchyard by the Sea" is a captivating and emotionally resonant novel that will stay with readers long after they turn the final page. It is a masterful exploration of love, loss, and the enduring power of family ties. Highly recommended for fans of literary fiction and atmospheric storytelling.

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volunteers bring you 13 recordings of The Churchyard by the Sea by Jesse C. Howden.
This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for April 18, 2021.
Mrs. Jesse Howden was a Scottish Poet. Some of her work was featured in the Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Art. This poem is taken from the No. 8.—Vol. I., Saturday, February 23, 1884 issue. - Summary by David Lawrence

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