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July 12, 2006 by IndyPublish .
Written in English
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Clair Abrams Release Date: Ma [EBook #] Language: Engli. The Soldier's Wife is set during WWII on the island of Guernsey. With a German occupation being imminent, Vivienne has made the difficult decision to leave the island with her two daughters, leaving her mother-in-law, who is suffering from the early stages of dementia, with friends/5().
The Trials of the Soldiers Wife book story of being a soldier's wife and the family dynamics. How does a soldier go back from the battle field to civilian/ normal no hero. This story gives personal insight into the family life of various soldiers' life and what happens in the homes when the soldiers come home/5.
The Soldier's Wife is a poignant and engaging depiction of the life of a young Australian WWI war bride, uprooted from her rural roots to Sydney during her husband's deployment. The story follows Ruby as she learns to fend for herself in the city, and winds up fending for her employer, her returning spouse, and their future life together/5.
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THE TRIALS OF THE SOLDIER'S WIFE: A TALE OF THE SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION. BY ALEX. CLAIR ABRAMS. ATLANTA, GEORGIA: INTELLIGENCER STEAM POWER PRESSES. Entered according to act of Congress, in the yearBy The Author, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Northern District of Georgia.
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What you need to know before your trail. Guernsey Vivienne de la Mare lives on Guernsey with her children, anxiously waiting for war. Her husband is away fighting and the war encroaches slowly on the island and into her community when the soldiers come.
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[Alex St Clair Abrams; Indiana University. Digital Library Program.; Committee on Institutional Cooperation.]. THE SOLDIER'S WIFE is a lovely, classy romance and an elegant historical novel filled to the brim with antiquated details and thoughtful themes.
This is a realistic look at war, and the many events that unfold are perfectly believable and completely engaging. Inspired by the true story of the author's own family history, THE SOLDIER'S WIFE is a heart-soaring story of passion, love and loss and learning how to live when all you hold dear is threatened.
'Evokes WWI Sydney to the point where the reader can almost feel the salty wind blowing off the harbour as the troops are shipped out through the Heads.'. With her stories about the tensions of middle-class families, Trollope consistently picks women's-page issues.
In The Soldier's Wife, she continues to explore the power balance in. Get this from a library. The trials of the soldier's wife: a tale of the second American revolution.
[Alex St Clair Abrams]. Leroy, whose fiction specializes in prickly mothers, turns from the paranormal (Yes, My Darling Daughter,etc.) to the historical in this story of torn loyalties during the World War II German occupation of the isle of ally from London, Vivienne has lived in Guernsey since she married Eugene, with whom she has had a loveless : Margaret Leroy.
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The book opens with Vivienne reading fairy tales to her younger daughter, Millie. Discuss the ways in which The Soldier’s Wife is like a fairy tale, as well as the important ways in which it is not. Discuss, too, the running motif of fairy tales throughout the book, including what Vivienne reads to Millie out of Angie’s book of Guernsey stories.
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The Soldier's Wife is a cracking read and has clearly been thoroughly researched. All the little details which animate a novel ring true compassionate, humourous and topical, Spectator Trollope is always immensely readable, managing to depict characters' inner turmoil with deft, artful simplicity/5().