The Story of Ivy

By Marie Belloc Lowndes

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Briefly, the story is that of a young, beautiful woman called Ivy - once compared in the narrative to George Romney's portrait of Lady Nelson, spinning - who married easy going, laid-back, idler, Jervis Laxton for his money. Now having, run through his fortune, she is terrified of the poverty-stricken days that lie ahead. Acting on an impulse, she goes to a fortune-teller Briefly, the story is that of a young,...

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1927 by Doubleday, Doran & Company, INC
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