|Title:||A Night in Cold Harbour|
|Publisher:||The Macmillan Company|
Set in early 19th century England, it is a story of a young aristocrat who is born with a silver spoon in his mouth but eventually gags on it. Before he achieves maturity, he has devastated more than one life, including that of his illegitimate son. Romily Brandon's belated search for this boy provides the framework for a tale of conflicting passions, cross-purposes and tangled relationships. Young Dickie Cottar is a child labourer and one of the "Walking People", rebellious, ragged, nomadic, gypsy-like outcasts—and his natural father is a natural enemy. The bridging of the chasm between father and son is the heart of this story.—from the jacket. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Kennedy, Margaret
Margaret Moore Kennedy (1896-1967) was an English novelist and playwright. Her ability to write captivating novels won her a large following with such novels as the Constant Nymph, The Feast, and Lucy Carmichael. She won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for her novel Troy Chimneys. Several of her novels were performed as plays and adapted for film. (Dictionary of Literary Biography)
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