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Pinchbeck Goddess Title Page
12018-08-02T09:31:12-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1421Front-piece to Alice Kipling's "A Pinchbeck Goddess"plain2018-08-02T09:31:12-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1
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12018-08-01T11:18:03-04:00A Pinchbeck Goddess (Alice MacDonald Fleming, 1897)15Novel by Alice MacDonald Fleming (Alice Kipling; Beatrice Kipling; "Trix" Kipling; 1897)plain2018-09-13T14:20:57-04:00This novel by Alice MacDonald Fleming expands on her 1886 short story of the same title, published in the Civil & Military Gazette. The theme -- of a single woman who is neglected during the peak social season in Simla, who then disguises herself as a glamorous widow -- is substantially similar. Unlike her first novel, which was written and published in India, this novel by Fleming was written and first published in England and the U.S.
Text prepared and annotated by Amardeep Singh, Lehigh University, based on the 1897 American edition of the novel scanned by Google Books.