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The prince of Eden

Author: Marilyn Harris
Publisher: New York : Putnam, ©1978.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Book Club edView all editions and formats
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By a special provision of Lord Thomas' will, young Edward Eden, lowborn but noble in manner and spirit, retains control of the great Eden estates, while his legitimate brother inherits the family titles. A disaffected maverick and passionate reformer who befriends London's down-and-out, "the Prince" generously helps his cohorts by selling off parts of the Eden estate -- much to his family's alarm. But they must face  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn Harris
OCLC Number: 5696242
Notes: Sequel to This other Eden.
Description: 566 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Marilyn Harris.

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By a special provision of Lord Thomas' will, young Edward Eden, lowborn but noble in manner and spirit, retains control of the great Eden estates, while his legitimate brother inherits the family titles. A disaffected maverick and passionate reformer who befriends London's down-and-out, "the Prince" generously helps his cohorts by selling off parts of the Eden estate -- much to his family's alarm. But they must face a greater scandal still, for when Edward's beloved mistress -- and mother of his adored son John -- spurns him, it is in opium that he seeks to comfort his sorrow.

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