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The Sweetest Dream: A Novel 7 editions

Cover of: The Sweetest Dream | Doris Lessing
About the Book

PerfectBound e-book extra: "What Has Been, Can Be Again" a speech by the authorIt's the morning of the Sixties and it's suppertime at Freedom Hall, the most welcoming household in North London. Frances Lennox stands at her stove, bringing another feast to readiness before ladling it out to the motley, youthful crew assembled around her hospitable table-her two sons and their friends, girlfriends, ex-friends and new friends fresh off the street. Everything is up for grabs, everything is being changed and challenged. And here in this kitchen, the nutritious tolerance can be sniffed even above the simmering stew.

Classifications

Dewey 823/.914

7 editions First published in 2001

Edition Read Locate Buy
Cover of: The Sweetest Dream
The Sweetest Dream: A Novel
December 24, 2002, Harper Perennial
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Sweetest Dream
The Sweetest Dream
2002, Harpercollins
in English
Cover of: The Sweetest Dream
The Sweetest Dream
2002, HarperCollins
Electronic resource in English
Cover of: The Sweetest Dream
The Sweetest Dream: A Novel
December 24, 2002, Harper Perennial
in English
Cover of: The Sweetest Dream
The Sweetest Dream
2002, HarperCollins
Electronic resource in English
Cover of: The sweetest dream
The sweetest dream
2002, HarperCollins Publishers
in English - 1st ed.
Cover of: The sweetest dream
The sweetest dream
2001, Flamingo
in English

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