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London Pride

M. E. Braddon

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. . .itan spirit would reign once more in the land, and an age of penitence and Lenten self-abasement would succeed the orgies of the Restoration; while the light loves of Whitehall, the noble ladies, the impudent actresses, would vanish into obscurity. Angela's loyal young heart was full of faith in the King. She was ready to believe that his sins were the sins of a man whose head had been turned by the sudden change from exile to a throne, from poverty to wealth, from dependence upon his Bourbon cousin and his friends in Holland to the lavish subsidies of a too-indulgent Commons.

No words could paint the desolation which reigned between the Strand and the City in that fatal summer, now drawing to its melancholy close. More than once in her brief pilgrimage Angela drew back, shuddering, from the embrasure of a door, or the inlet to some narrow alley, at sight of death lying on the threshold, stiff, stark, unheeded; more than once in her progress from the New Exchange t. . . Read More

Community Reviews

I have always been amazed that Anthony Trollope was able to write so many books, many of which I rate very highly. Another lesser known Victorian novelist, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, was also enormously prolific. Her novel Lady Audley's Secret is one of the best known sensation novels of the 19C. In a