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Madame de Fleury

Maria Edgeworth

Publisher: Charles River Editors

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Summary

Maria Edgeworth was a prolific Irish writer and is considered to be a significant figure in the evolution of modern novels.  Edgeworth’s works are known for moral and social themes.  This edition of Madame de Fleury includes a table of contents.

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