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Amanda Wingfield, a faded Southern belle, holds on tight to her two children; Tom, an aspiring poet, and Laura, his painfully shy sister. She is desperate for her wayward son Tom to have a stable career and wants a suitor for her fragile disabled daughter
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As the drugs and paranoia take ho
Lizzie Holroyd faces a terrible choice: to stick with the life she’s been dealt or to escape. But such a monumental decision has consequences.
Set in the Nottinghamshire mining community in 1914, controversial novelist DH Lawrence draws a powerful po