Daughter of Haworth
  • Published:
    Sep-1997
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    Print
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    518
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Lettie Brooksbank, daughter of a poor farmer, is taught to read at Sunday School by Charlotte Bronte. In her quest for more education, she is engaged as companion to old Aurelia Ingham at Hawthorn Hall. She falls in love with a young singer from Haworth but faces a difficult choice and has to solve her problems in order to achieve her ambitions. In this absorbing book, set against the attractive background of Haworth Parsonage, June Barraclough traces the more ordinary life of another daughter of Haworth. "Well-turned prose and appropriate period language add to the effectiveness of the story..." - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
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