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Into the Wilderness by Sara Donati

Into the Wilderness by Sara Donati

Elizabeth Middleton leaves a comfortable life in the upper-class England of 1792 to join her father in his colonial mission in a remote American outpost. It is not long, however, before Elizabeth realises that her father has brought her to America under false pretences. While encouraging her dreams of teaching the local children, he in fact intends to marry off the fiercely independent Elizabeth to Richard Todd, a fellow pioneer, thereby ensuring his own possession of the local land. As a result, Elizabeth is increasingly drawn away from her English colonial heritage and towards that of the Mohawks, and in particular towards the man who will eventually change her life forever, the white Mohawk Nathaniel Bonner. Beautifully written, passionate and compelling, Sara Donati interweaves the destiny of the two lovers torn between the English and Mohawk cultures in a unforgettably vivid portrait of an emerging America.
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Weight 450 g
Dimensions 110 × 50 × 177 mm
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Format

Paperback

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ISBN

0007108281

Condition

Used Good

Language

English

Pages

876

Year Published

2001

Publisher

Harpercollins Pub Ltd

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