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THE DAISY CHAIN OR ASPIRATIONS Part-II

THE DAISY CHAIN OR ASPIRATIONS Part-II

Charlotte Yonge

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Double9 Books LLP
Año de edición:
2024
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Historia
ISBN:
9789360460167
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'The Daisy Chain: Or Aspirations Part II' through Charlotte M. Yonge is a continuation of the Victorian novel that delves deeper into the lives of the May family, exploring topics of morality, duty, and the demanding situations confronted by its characters. Set in the fictional English village of Stoneborough, the narrative unfolds as a tapestry of interconnected lives, focused across the resilient and virtuous Ethel May. As the ethical anchor of the May family, Ethel continues to navigate the complexities of familial relationships and societal expectations. The novel offers a nuanced portrayal of Victorian society, emphasizing the evolving roles and aspirations of its characters, especially the female protagonists. Yonge’s storytelling captures the spirit of the generation, intertwining non-public trials, moral dilemmas, and societal commentary. 'The Daisy Chain: Or Aspirations Part II' expands upon the metaphorical importance of the daisy, symbolizing the interconnected goals and aspirations of its characters. Ethel’s unwavering dedication to goodness and distinctive feature serves as a guiding force in some story rich with emotional depth. Charlotte M. Yonge’s writing style, characterized with the aid of sentimentality and moral depth, elevates 'The Daisy Chain' right into a crucial paintings of Victorian literature. The novel not handiest serves as a fascinating tale of familial dynamics however also imparts enduring ethical instructions, making it a timeless exploration of human nature and societal expectations inside the Victorian generation.

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