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Miss Ingalis

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As the story begins, title character Grace Ingalis is a young woman with a middle-class socialite's upbringing who decides to marry a well-off young businessman she met mere weeks before on a winter sail to the West Indies. But intrigue is brewing as her married (and quite jealous) older sister Lydia is feeling left out, and a religious awakening awaits Grace. The story is reminiscent of Edith Wharton, who was a family friend, by way of Hall's art critic husband, Mr. Brownell. - Summary by BellonaTimes (8 hr 24 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1

18:07

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Chapter 2

12:40

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Chapter 3

20:05

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Chapter 4

26:39

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Chapter 5

17:09

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Chapter 6

10:00

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Chapter 7

26:05

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Chapter 8

19:19

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Chapter 9

24:56

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Chapter 10

18:25

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Chapter 11

17:38

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Chapter 12

25:47

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Chapter 13

29:10

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Chapter 14

16:07

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Chapter 15

13:34

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Chapter 16

16:31

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Chapter 17

18:42

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Chapter 18

19:04

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Chapter 19

13:53

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Chapter 20

13:02

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Chapter 21

20:36

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Chapter 22

29:40

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Chapter 23

36:57

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Chapter 24

7:27

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Chapter 25

19:59

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Chapter 26

13:24

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