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ISBN:0750906693
Author: Hugh Walpole
ISBN13: 978-0750906692
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Language: English
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Publisher: Sutton Publishing+ltd (July 28, 1994)
Pages: 496

Judith Paris (Pocket Classics) by Hugh Walpole



Judith Paris (Pocket Classics). Book in the The Herries Chronicles Series). An impetuous character, Judith Paris arouses feelings of both tenderness and despair in those around her and excites the passions of two very different men: the sturdy, affectionate Reuben, her half-cousin; and Georges, a Frenchman, whose wilful nature seems to respond to her own.

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Judith Paris (Paperback). Published November 22nd 2011 by Frances Lincoln. Paperback, 757 pages. Author(s): Hugh Walpole, Eric Robson (Introduction). Judith Paris (Paperback). Published July 28th 1994 by Sutton Publishing Ltd. Pocket Classics, Paperback, 496 pages. Author(s): Hugh Walpole, Felicity Goodall (Introduction). ISBN: 0750906693 (ISBN13: 9780750906692).

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Written by Hugh Walpole. Narrated by Peter Joyce. Newly born Judith is found in by eccentric Squire Gauntry in the chilled sombre ruin of a house on a bitter winter's night, her parents having died at her birth. With such a tenuous start, the child grows up to have an intense lust for life and curiosity for every new experience. She is the natural heir to both her parents' temperaments

Judith had heard of Paris, where silks and brandy came from. She had seen a print of the French Queen dancing in a great hall lit with flambeaux. This lady looked as though she could be a queen were she given the opportunity. He told her there were people called Paris too. He told her then (he always from the very earliest time loved to talk about himself) that his father was dead, that his mother liked England to live in, that they lived for the most part in the village of Hampstead, near London. Hampstead was on a hill, and at night you could see all London lit up from their window.

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Walpole kills off Georges Paris at the end of Part II, whereas Judith’s adventures continue for another two parts. Walpole writes romantic history. He says so clearly in his prefatory letter: I can see that the Herries family offers, in its history, subject-matter for every kind of historian. Intriguing – I have a Walpole on my tbr, The Secret City, which sounds a lot less schmatlzy than this one. He seems to have been fond of creating sagas and series! Reply.

Set partly in Revolutionary Paris, and partly in romantic Cumbria, Judith Paris is the story of the two very different men who love Walpole's most delightful heroine. Daughter of Frances Herries and Mirabell Starr, Judith was described on publication as 'the most delightful of Walpole's heroines'. As impetuous, impulsive and passionate as her father, she is torn between her ambitions and her love of the wild beauty of the Lakes

An impetuous character, Judith Paris arouses feelings of both tenderness and despair in those around her and excites the passions of two very different men: the sturdy, affectionate Reuben, her half-cousin; and Georges, a Frenchman, whose wilful nature seems to respond to her own.