Diana Trelawny

Diana Trelawny

by Margaret Oliphant

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At age 30 Diana Trelawny is a great proprietor and landowner, with "a fine old estate, a fine old English house, and a great deal of money". She has made a profession out of managing her large estate, and has no intention of marrying, despite many opportunities. She has numerous dependents, and is generous and affectionate in her way, but is to a certain degree detached - too aware of the little tricks and foibles of those depending on her.

The two dependents closest to Diana are Mrs. Norton and her niece Sophy. After Diana sends them to Pisa for Sophy's health (travelling with the rector and his family), she decides in the Spring to join them, and takes a set of rooms in the Palazzo dei Sogni (palace of dreams).

Though she finds herself surrounded mostly by English people, there is also in their circle an Italian Count, Mr. Pandolfini. He is a handsome, contemplative man, poor but proud; and he has fallen in love with Diana at first sight. Diana feels drawn to him in some indefinable way. And then, in this little tragicomedy, a great mistake is made that will change Diana's life forever.

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BN ID: 2940162983781
Publisher: LilliBan Arts, LLC
Publication date: 07/01/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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