Large Print - 1998
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She was born in 1893, in the slums of London. The daughter of immigrants, a descendant of exiles, she was part of a people doomed to wander, forever strangers in the lands they had chosen as home. But Hannah Lazar was different. As strong-willed as she was beautiful, Hannah would uproot herself from the gloomy poverty of her parents' lives to enter a world of elegance and wealth.
Publisher: Leicester, UK : Ulverscroft, 1998
ISBN: 9780708990063
Branch Call Number: LP FIC RAY
Characteristics: 587 p


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