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Ethel Dell


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Ethel M. Dell : unknown

Sunday 17 May 1925: 'Yesterday we had tea with Margaret in her new house [...] She is severe to Lilian [Harris, her companion], who [...] is not allowed to plant flowers, she said bitterly, because it worries Margaret, & so nothing is done to the garden, which too worries Margaret. For these worries, she takes Ethel M. Dell & Dickens.'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Margaret Caroline Llewelyn Davies      Print: Book


Ethel Dell : The Way of an Eagle

'Read, wounds dressed. Read "The Way of an Eagle".'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: John Frederick William Dunn      Print: Book


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