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The Turtle Sang In The Land

Dorothy Cadwallader

An enchanting and intriguing story, depicting two people, Antony, a university student and Margaret, his tutor. With all the usual alarm bells ringing, they fall hopelessly in love and what follows is an emotional rollercoaster ride.

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-699-3
Published : 30/06/2016
Pages : 321
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Dorothy Cadwallader

After taking a degree in English Literature, Dorothy Cadwallader became a teacher in Secondary Education, which she found engrossing, satisfying but totally time-consuming. Following their careers, she and her husband lived in various parts of the country, finally settling in the Lake District.

Early retirement enabled her to study painting with the O.C.A. She combined her love of painting and studying the history of art with foreign travel. She now also had time to write, which she had enjoyed since childhood. The discipline of producing poetry and short stories to fulfil the membership obligations of a writing group, led to her finalising the novel The Turtle Sang in the Land, which she had begun several years earlier.

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An enchanting and intriguing story, depicting two people, Antony, a university student and Margaret, his tutor. With all the usual alarm bells ringing, they fall hopelessly in love and what follows is an emotional rollercoaster ride.

Antony, in his final year reading Chemistry, pleads his case whilst Margaret, his drama tutor, struggles with her feelings.

The novel narrates the ecstatic flowering of a memorable love story over a single academic year and reveals the tragic past that Margaret has struggled for so long to forget.

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