North And South The Wild And Wanton Edition

In this updated version, read the steamy scenes that Ms. Gaskell, a minister’s wife, could not include in the original work, from John and Margaret’s first desperate, yet tender, lovemaking to their sizzling reunion in London.

Author: Brenna Chase

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1440570191

Category: Fiction

Page: 230

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Margaret Hale’s life changes dramatically when her father quits his living as a parson in the idyllic New Forest in the South of England and moves the family to the northern industrial town of Milton, intending to become a private tutor. There, she is appalled at the poverty surrounding her and at first finds the local mill workers too rough, but soon she can’t help sympathizing with their plight. John Thornton is a magistrate and owner of a prosperous cotton mill. Forced to become the head of the household at a young age and driven to keep his family from becoming impoverished again, he’s had no time for love. He certainly has no time for a lady who looks down on both him and the industry in which he earns his livelihood. Their beliefs lead them to inevitably clash, but their arguments over his treatment of his workers mask a deep attraction neither wants, and eventually, one that neither can deny. Although it is labeled as a social novel, North and South simmers with sexual tension. Through the backdrop of a labor strike and a riot, through a possible murder and its fallout, through the deaths of loved ones, and the rise and fall of fortunes, the romance between John Thornton and Margaret Hale still entrances readers as it did when first published in 1855. In this updated version, read the steamy scenes that Ms. Gaskell, a minister’s wife, could not include in the original work, from John and Margaret’s first desperate, yet tender, lovemaking to their sizzling reunion in London. Sensuality Level: Sensual


Annual Report of the Department of Public Works for the Year Ending December 31 to the City Council of the City of Chicago

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Catalogue of Books in the Lending Library

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Author: Edinburgh (Scotland). Public Library

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Category: Dictionary catalogs

Page: 740

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Report of the Chief of Engineers U S Army

Pipe is about 2 feet long and projects 4 inches above ground . Station is on high
level ground , in grass field , near north west corner of field , 22 meters south of
north edge , and 45 meters east of west edge of field , about 600 meters north
and ...

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North and South

The first volume of John Jakes’s acclaimed and sweeping saga about a friendship threatened by the divisions of the Civil War In the years leading up to the Civil War, one enduring friendship embodies the tensions of a nation.

Author: John Jakes

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453255982

Category: Fiction

Page: 806

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The first volume of John Jakes’s acclaimed and sweeping saga about a friendship threatened by the divisions of the Civil War In the years leading up to the Civil War, one enduring friendship embodies the tensions of a nation. Orry Main from South Carolina and George Hazard from Pennsylvania forge a lasting bond while training at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Together they fight in the Mexican-American War, but their closeness is tested as their regional politics diverge. As the first rounds are fired at Fort Sumter, Orry and George find themselves on different sides of the coming struggle. In John Jakes’s unmatched style, North and South launches a trilogy that captures the fierce passions of a country at the precipice of disaster. This ebook features an illustrated biography of John Jakes including rare images from the author’s personal collection.


Catalogue of the Library of Congress

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Drayton ( J. ) Memoirs of the American revoJones ( J. S. ) Defense of the
revolutionary lution , as relating to North and South Carhistory of the state of
North Carolina ...

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Report

State the limits of the vertical rays north and south . 2. Name the great circles on
the globe . Locate detinitely the tropics and polar circles . State what determines
their location . 3. By what means are latitude and longitude determined ? From a
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Author: Oregon. Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Meroitic North and South

A collection of prose retellings of ten familiar Shakespeare plays, each illustrated by a well-known artist or artists. What does it mean to be alive? William Shakespeare spent a lifetime writing about that most essential question.

Author: William Yewdale Adams

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Category: Meroë (Extinct city)

Page: 190

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A collection of prose retellings of ten familiar Shakespeare plays, each illustrated by a well-known artist or artists. What does it mean to be alive? William Shakespeare spent a lifetime writing about that most essential question. Four hundred years later, we are still awed, amused, and inspired by his answers. In Tales from Shakespeare, ten of the Bard2s most popular and powerful works are retold as stories rich in Shakespearean wit and wisdom, and brilliantly illustrated by award-winning artists.


Forever England

Chronicling the fates of six English families, this chronicle of England in the twentieth century examines the circumstances of birth, class, economic opportunity, and social custom that define the lives of ordinary English people.

Author: Beryl Bainbridge

Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub

ISBN: 9780786706112

Category: History

Page: 174

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Chronicling the fates of six English families, this chronicle of England in the twentieth century examines the circumstances of birth, class, economic opportunity, and social custom that define the lives of ordinary English people.