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A Relative Freedom
by Denise Robertson | Women's Fiction
Registered by dispelling of Melbourne, Victoria Australia on 9/29/2008
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From the back cover:

"Sophie Baxter has everything a modern girl could wish for: a career, a devoted lover, friends and freedom. Until she realises that sometimes you can't have it all.

As Sophie struggles to make an impossible decision, she turns to Elizabeth, her mother, and Kate, her grandmother. As each of them tries to help, the stories of their own lives unfold. In a breathtaking journey from the 1940s to the present, through war, the sixties revolution and two decades of women's liberation, one vital question emerges. Who was really free to choose? Sophie, Elizabeth - or Kate?"

Received in a box of books from my mother-in-law, will be wild released. 

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