The Four Swans

The Four Swans

A Novel of Cornwall, 1795-1797

Book - 1976
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A historical saga featuring the Poldark family. Ross seems secure in his hard won prosperity, but a new dilemma faces him in the sudden infatuation of a young naval officer for his wife Demelza. For Demelza, Elizabeth, Caroline and Morwenna, there are times of stress and conflict ahead.
Publisher: London : Collins, 1976
Description: [v], 409 p. : gen. tables ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780002222464
0002222469
9780330463348
Branch Call Number: Grah
Additional Contributors: Graham, Winston. Four swans

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bwortman Aug 12, 2016

A subtler novel in the series with no sudden spates of action, there is still plenty to enjoy. Watching the characters continue to develop is really my favourite part of these books and they often do so in ways I don't anticipate. While Ross and Demelza remain my favourites (and I was mildly disappointed that they received slightly lower page counts than some of the other character arcs this time around), all of the twining plot lines are fascinating. I was especially surprised by Demelza's actions and developments in this novel and as always, I look forward to seeing what comes next for her and Ross. I also am intrigued by the potential of the narrative arcs going forward given the latest twists in Ross's professional life.

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Jul 27, 2016

The four swans: Demelza, Elizabeth, Caroline, Morwenna. Four views of love - wanted, desired, despised, destructive. Book 6 in the Poldark series.

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