MuslineBook - 2012
Hailed by Yeats as a masterpiece, this 1886 novel sheds light on the Anglo-Irish marriage market. Moore offers a satiric yet sympathetic look at five unmarried daughters of the Anglo-Irish gentry and details their desperate antics to locate suitable husbands. Written with vivid and rich attention to period details, the book is a prime example of Moore's innate ability to grasp women's issues.
Publisher: New York, NY : Barnes & Noble, 2012
Branch Call Number: FICTION Moo
Characteristics: 1 online resource