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Author: Sarah Scott
Publisher: London : Virago, 1986.
Series: Virago modern classics, no. 214.; Virago modern classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Millenium Hall is an elegant mansion, surrounded by fragrant pastures and hedgerows of hyacinths and primroses. In this idyllic setting live six women of independent means who have eschewed the falsehoods of society and come together to establish a utopian community. Their backgrounds are very different but a common spirit unites them: all have rejected the image of woman as chattel, choosing instead to devote  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Scott
ISBN: 0860687805 9780860687801
OCLC Number: 59812382
Description: xvi, 207 pages ; 20 cm.
Series Title: Virago modern classics, no. 214.; Virago modern classics.
Responsibility: by 'A Gentleman on his travels' [i.e. ] Sarah Scott ; with a new introduction by Jane Spencer.

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Millenium Hall is an elegant mansion, surrounded by fragrant pastures and hedgerows of hyacinths and primroses. In this idyllic setting live six women of independent means who have eschewed the falsehoods of society and come together to establish a utopian community. Their backgrounds are very different but a common spirit unites them: all have rejected the image of woman as chattel, choosing instead to devote themselves to a co-operative life founded on female friendship and support.

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