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Cynthia - With an Introduction by Maurice Hewlett

Leonard Merrick

Publisher: DigiCat

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Summary

Leonard Merrick's 'Cynthia' is a captivating work of literature that delves into the complexities of relationships and society in the late 19th century. Written in a fluid and introspective style, Merrick seamlessly weaves together themes of love, social class, and personal growth. The novel is set against the backdrop of Victorian England, offering a rich portrayal of the era's customs and values. Through the character of Cynthia, Merrick explores the constraints placed on women during this time, shedding light on the struggles and desires of a young woman striving for independence and fulfillment. The narrative is both poignant and thought-provoking, engaging readers in a vivid and emotional journey through Cynthia's life. Leonard Merrick's keen insight into human nature and his skillful storytelling make 'Cynthia' a timeless classic that continues to resonate with contemporary audiences. Recommended for lovers of historical fiction and classic literature, 'Cynthia' is a must-read for those seeking a profound and immersive literary experience.
Available since: 06/13/2022.
Print length: 175 pages.

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