A Cup Of Tea: A Novel of 1917 by Amy EphronA Cup Of Tea: A Novel of 1917 by Amy Ephron

A Cup Of Tea: A Novel of 1917

byAmy Ephron

Paperback | June 28, 2005

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Rosemary Fell was born into privilege. She has wealth, well–connected friends, and a handsome fiance, Philip Alsop. Finally she has everything she wants.

It is then, in a moment of beneficence, that Rosemary invites Eleanor Smith, a penniless young woman she sees under a streetlamp in the rain, into her home for a cup of tea. While there, Rosemary sees Eleanor exchange an unmistakable look with Philip, and she sends Eleanor on her way. But she cannot undo this chance encounter, and it leads to a tempestuous and all–consuming love triangle –– until the tides of war throw all their lives off balance.

Inspired by a classic Katherine Mansfield short story, A Cup of Tea engages with its vivid –– and often amusing –– cast of characters, wonderful period detail, brilliant evocation of the uncertain days of World War I, and delightfully spare and picturesque sense of story.

Rosemary Fell was born into privilege. She has wealth, well–connected friends, and a handsome fiance, Philip Alsop. Finally she has everything she wants.It is then, in a moment of beneficence, that Rosemary invites Eleanor Smith, a penniless young woman she sees under a streetlamp in the rain, into her home for a cup of tea. While ther...
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Title:A Cup Of Tea: A Novel of 1917Format:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7.12 × 5 × 0.51 inPublished:June 28, 2005Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060786205

ISBN - 13:9780060786205

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful simple prose Rosemary is feeling in a generous mood as she leaves a shop with her purchases when she bumps into a young woman who asks her for money for a meal. Deciding to do a charitable act, Rosemary invites the young woman, Eleanor home for tea. This choice sets in motion a change in Rosemary's life that she is unwilling to accept and because of her shallow nature, she may lose everything.
Date published: 2013-10-22