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South Whitley Comm. PL - South Whitley FICTION DONOGHUE EMMA (Text) 30402004893691 NEW FICTION Checked out 09/28/2023

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  • ISBN: 9780316564434
  • ISBN: 0316564435
  • Physical Description: print
    323 pages ; 25 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2023.

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Formatted Contents Note: Raine to Lister, 1815 -- Close Quarters, August 1805 -- Raine to Lister, 1815 -- The Company of Girls, November 1805 -- Raine to Lister, 1815 -- Rarities, January 1806 -- Raine to Lister, 1815 -- Children of the Earth, March 1806 -- Raine to Lister, 1815 -- Over the Wall, May 1806 -- Raine to Lister, 1815.
Summary, etc.: A heartbreakingly gorgeous novel based on the true story of two girls who fall secretly, deeply, and dangerously in love at boarding school in 19th century York, from the bestselling author of Room and The Wonder. Drawing on years of investigation and Anne Lister's five-million-word secret journal, Learned by Heart is the long-buried love story of Eliza Raine, an orphan heiress banished from India to England at age six, and Anne Lister, a brilliant, troublesome tomboy, who meet at the Manor School for young ladies in York in 1805 when they are both fourteen. Emotionally intense, psychologically compelling, and deeply researched, Learned by Heart is an extraordinary work of fiction by one of the world's greatest storytellers. Full of passion and heartbreak, the tangled lives of Anne Lister and Eliza Raine form a love story for the ages.
Subject: Lister, Anne 1791-1840 Fiction
Raine, Eliza 1791-1860 Fiction
Boarding schools Fiction
Interpersonal relations Fiction
Lesbian teenagers Fiction
Racially mixed people Fiction
York (England) Social life and customs 19th century Fiction
Lesbians Fiction
LGBTQ+ people Fiction
Mental illness Fiction
York (England) History 19th century Fiction
Genre: Queer fiction.
LGBTQ+ fiction.
Lesbian fiction.
School fiction.
Historical fiction.
Biographical fiction.
Romance fiction.
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