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The fictional implication is that …more She’s taken a creative spin at The Secret Garden, bringing in Frances Hodgson Burnett as a character in the book.
Eliza had planned to go to Maryborough because Mary’s family was there. Of course, there could be dozens gradiina women named Eleanor in the city, but I don’t think the author would have mentioned both Eleanor’s if they were not the same woman.
Load 5 more questions. Am I missing something? What’s going on there? That has to be deliberate, but nothing ever came of it! I love it — if these walls could talk the would do it through Kate Morton. As I read it I was thinking of a movie that I had seen years ago. Hugh burns the letter and keeps Nell. In that time adultery would have been shameful enough but moreso with his wife’s cousin She didn’t plagiarize anything steal anything – it’s a reference, but it worked for me.
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Adeline dies soon after. Adeline controlled the disposal of Eliza and the lie about Ivory, but she dies …more Okay, I am reading some other questions and may have found the answer. Does anyone know if there is an explanation anywhere about why all of Kates books deal with the themes where the houses or gardens are actually full characters — is there something in her background that generates them?
I still can’t stop thinking about it and the characters. Nothing was ever said again about that? Ask and answer questions about books!
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So maybe they iutata their descendants went into the antique business instead? So …more Davies the gardener does say that members of his family went to Australia and despite having a lot of land they couldn’t get anything to grow.
I loved reading this book so so so much.
See Featured Authors Answering Questions. The fictional implication is that the walled garden in this book influenced THAT book. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [At one point in the book, Gump uitats terrible things went on in the cottage and that it should be torn down or something like that but wouldn’t say what they were. Not just her brother, but also her aunt Eleanor. Stedman for the main characters’ keeping and then eventually having to give back a baby who washes ashore, and yet the people who just keep Nell Ivory are not vilified by reviewers.
Hilary Newman Davies the gardener does say that members of his family went to Australia and despite having a lot of land they couldn’t get anything to grow. Or maybe it’s just a red herring! Why is there a character Ben Davies Nell’s friend, and fellow antiques dealer in Australia and also Davies, the gardener? Is there any recommendation anyone has just as good as this book?
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I finally decided to look it up. Jayne Im pretty sure it was the relationship between nathaniel and his cousin in law Eliza. Granted, there is a lot more to “The Forgotten Garden” than just this aspect, but where is the outrage for Hugh and Lil? In that time adultery would gdadina been gradnia enough but moreso …more Im pretty sure it was the relationship between nathaniel and his cousin in law Eliza.
But, at the end of the book, Adeline says she does not care about the little girl, who is missing, and claims she died of scarlet fever. Davies is a pretty common name.
To ask other readers questions about Gradina uitataplease grwdina up. Adeline controlled the disposal of Eliza and the uitsta about Ivory, but she dies and Linus then has Mansell search for Ivory.
Natalie Okay, I am reading some other questions and may have found the answer. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Don’t you think we should read and enjoy; don’t think too hard about the story?