House Unlocked

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House Unlocked

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The only child of divorced parents, Penelope Lively was often sent to stay at her grandparents country house Golsoncott. Years later, as the house was sold out of the family, she began to piece together the lives of those she knew fifty years before. In a needlework sampler, she sees her grandmother and the wartime children that she sheltered under her roof in 1940. Potte The only child of divorced parents, Penelope Lively was often sent to stay at her grandparents country house Golsoncott. Years later, as the house was sold out of the family, she began to piece together the lives of those she knew fifty years before. In a needlework sampler, she sees her grandmother and the wartime children that she sheltered under her roof in 1940. Potted meat jars remind her of the ritual of doing the flowers for church. The smell of the harness room brings her Aunt Rachel - avant-garde artist, fervent horserider - vividly back to life. In A House Unlocked , Penelope Lively delves into the domestic past of her former home, and tells of her own youth and the contrasts between life today and the way they lived then.

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The only child of divorced parents, Penelope Lively was often sent to stay at her grandparents country house Golsoncott. Years later, as the house was sold out of the family, she began to piece together the lives of those she knew fifty years before. In a needlework sampler, she sees her grandmother and the wartime children that she sheltered under her roof in 1940. Potte The only child of divorced parents, Penelope Lively was often sent to stay at her grandparents country house Golsoncott. Years later, as the house was sold out of the family, she began to piece together the lives of those she knew fifty years before. In a needlework sampler, she sees her grandmother and the wartime children that she sheltered under her roof in 1940. Potted meat jars remind her of the ritual of doing the flowers for church. The smell of the harness room brings her Aunt Rachel - avant-garde artist, fervent horserider - vividly back to life. In A House Unlocked , Penelope Lively delves into the domestic past of her former home, and tells of her own youth and the contrasts between life today and the way they lived then.
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Title House Unlocked Height 12.9
Penelope Lively Width 1.5
ISBN-13 9780141001647 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #014100164X Spine Width
Publisher Penguin UK Pages 240
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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