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Set against the backdrop of World War I, “The Bookbinder ePUB” by Pip Williams follows the transformative journey of Peggy and Maude, twin sisters working at an Oxford bindery during a time when women’s roles evolve due to the absence of men at war. Peggy, ambitious and intelligent, yearns for knowledge and education, forbidden to her due to societal norms, while Maude finds contentment in the routine of bookbinding. When refugees from war-torn Belgium arrive, shaking the sisters’ lives, Peggy’s perspective shifts as she envisions a different future.
The novel delves into themes of access to knowledge, the power of education, and the impact of war on personal aspirations and relationships.
With intricate storytelling reminiscent of her acclaimed work “The Dictionary of Lost Words,” Pip Williams offers a captivating exploration of history through the eyes of these resilient women.
|Book Name||The Bookbinder|
|File Type||PDF, ePUB, Audiobook, Free Kindle|