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1942 Lady Blanche Farm - Frances Parkinson Keyes (Eyre & Spottiswoode)

1942 Lady Blanche Farm - Frances Parkinson Keyes (Eyre & Spottiswoode)

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Rear dust flap missing from jacket but good book 

Lady Blanche Farm is a novel written by Frances Parkinson Keyes. It was first published in 1931 and follows the story of Evelyn Hayes, a young woman who inherits a decrepit Louisiana plantation, Lady Blanche Farm, and faces numerous challenges in her quest to restore it to its former glory.

The novel explores themes of family, love, and redemption as Evelyn grapples with financial difficulties, social prejudices, and personal tragedies. She is determined to make Lady Blanche Farm thrive once again, but faces opposition from both the community and her own relatives.

Throughout the story, Evelyn encounters a diverse cast of characters, each with their own motivations and secrets. From the charming yet troubled Southern gentleman she falls in love with, to the shrewd businesswoman who becomes her ally, the people in Evelyn's life shape the path her journey takes.

As she navigates the complexities of plantation life, Evelyn also confronts the legacy of slavery and racism that pervades the South. Lady Blanche Farm becomes a symbol of resilience and hope in the face of adversity, as Evelyn works to prove herself capable of managing the estate and overcoming the prejudices of those around her.

Frances Parkinson Keyes weaves a tale of love, loss, and determination in Lady Blanche Farm. The novel not only transports readers to the lush Louisiana landscape but also delves into the complexities of the human spirit and the power of perseverance.

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