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A new book unveils the extraordinary, unknown woman who was michelangelo's best friend that no decent biography of this extraordinary woman existed (the last decent biography, written in the 1880s in german and never translated into english, gives only a very partial and flat account of her life. Summary eveline hill, a 19-year-old woman who works in a dublin shop, sits inside her family's house recalling childhood, including some happy memories as well later, gripped by fear of the unknown and probably guilt as well, eveline finds herself unable to board the ferry to england, where she and frank are. Edwardian britain was sharply divided by class sarah jackson explores the working class experience within the campaign for women's suffrage.