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You may or may not know the exact circumstances of your own conception, but Margerette's story could very well cause you to wonder. Where, in fact, were you conceived? Not born; conceived. Were you conceived in love or in a moment of lust; was it tenderness or a tempetuous fit of passion? Are you quite certain of your parentage? One hundred per cent certain?
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Margaret Sidney Davies (14 December 1884 – 13 March 1963), was a Welsh art collector and patron of the arts. With her sister Gwendoline, she bequeathed a total of 260 works, particularly strong in Impressionist and 20th-century art, which formed the. With her sister Gwendoline, she bequeathed a total of 260 works, particularly strong in Impressionist and 20th-century art, which formed the basis of the present-day National Museum Wales' international collection. The sisters started the Gregynog Press in 1922 and the Gregynog Music Festival in 1933.
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view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Read this book and over 1 million others with a Kindle Unlimited membership. Read with Kindle Unlimited. This slender but dense imagining of the life of Margaret Cavendish, a pioneering 17th-century writer and wife of the aristocrat William Cavendish, could be classified as a more elliptical cousin of Hilary Mantel's Thomas Cromwell novels. Ms. Dutton's style is tightly poetic. It was indescribable what she wanted,' she writes of Margaret.