The Peacock Spring

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The Peacock Spring - Godden, Rumer

Una and her younger sister Hal have been abruptly summoned to live in New Delhi by their diplomat father Sir Edward Gwithiam. From the first meeting with their new tutor and companion, the beautiful Eurasian Alix Lamont, Una senses a hidden motive to their presence. But through the pain of the months to come, the poetry and logic of India do not ... Read More

The Peacock Spring 2013, Pan Books, London

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The Peacock Spring 2004, Pan Books (UK)

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The Peacock Spring 2004, Macmillan Children's Books, London

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The Peacock Spring 2004, Macmillan Children's Books, London

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The Peacock Spring 1989, Puffin Books, London, England

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The Peacock Spring 1986, Puffin Books

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The Peacock Spring 1980, Ulverscroft
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Peacock Spring 1977, Fawcett Books

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The peacock spring 1977, Penguin, Harmondsworth

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The Peacock Spring 1976, Viking Books, New York, NY

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