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Cousin Bette: A Novel
Honore de Balzac (au); Marion Ayton Crawford (tr)
Betrayed by love, one woman casts an intricate web of deceit & intrigue. Set in early 19th-cent. Paris, Cousin Bette is the sexy yet compassionate story of the exploits of the aristocratic Hulot family & their poor but honorable cousin. Baroness Adeline Hulotís dying wish is that her sister, Bette, take care of her husband, Baron Hector Hulot, & her children. The saintly Adeline is unaware, however, of the resentment that the disregarded Bette harbors against her. When Baron Hulot depletes the family fortune on his mistresses & his beautiful daughter marries the young sculptor whom Bette secretly loves, her bitterness becomes unbearable. Bette is determined to receive her just reward, even if she must wrestle fate in order to do it.
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