Miss Nobody

Ethel Carnie Nicola Wilson Belinda Webb

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Miss Nobody

Miss Nobody A centenary edition of the novel Miss Nobody by Ethel Carnie later Ethel Carnie Holdsworth widely believed to be the first published novel written by a working class woman in Britain Miss Nob

  • Title: Miss Nobody
  • Author: Ethel Carnie Nicola Wilson Belinda Webb
  • ISBN: 9781849211277
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • A centenary edition of the 1913 novel, Miss Nobody, by Ethel Carnie later Ethel Carnie Holdsworth , widely believed to be the first published novel written by a working class woman in Britain Miss Nobody charts the fortunes of the independent Carrie Brown, a former scullery drudge turned oyster shop owner from Ardwick, Greater Manchester Schooled in the popular romancA centenary edition of the 1913 novel, Miss Nobody, by Ethel Carnie later Ethel Carnie Holdsworth , widely believed to be the first published novel written by a working class woman in Britain Miss Nobody charts the fortunes of the independent Carrie Brown, a former scullery drudge turned oyster shop owner from Ardwick, Greater Manchester Schooled in the popular romances of cheap yellow backed novelettes, Carrie decides to sell up and leave the grey city of Manchester when she receives a surprising offer of marriage from a country farmer The plot sees Carrie struggling to reconcile herself to the mixed up reality of marriage and the loneliness of country life, and ultimately results in her striking out on her own The story describes Carrie s picaresque adventures as she strives to find love and self fulfilment in a harsh and oftentimes bitter world.

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    1. Overbylass on said:

      I am giving this 5 stars in the hope that these largely forgotten books by Ethel Carnie will be rediscovered. They are a crucial part of our social history and it is unbelievable that her books have so few ratings on . She is credited as the first working class female writer and her books are very difficult to find and are also very expensive ! (blooming ). I suspect the book publishing industry may be to blame ? In an article I read about Carnie's writing , publishers regarded her work as 'roma [...]

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