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Published by Faber and Faber in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Winifred Peck.
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Pagination287 p. ;
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14199013M

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Bewildering Cares book. Read 20 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It’s a storm in a tea-cup, of course, but then we happen to live /5.   Bewildering Cares by Winifred Peck, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().   Bewildering Cares, a novel about the perplexing and richly comic life of a parish priest's wife in the early months of World War Two, is now available as a Furrowed Middlebrow book. Show More Customer ReviewsBrand: Dean Street Press. Title: Bewildering Cares Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: October 3, Publisher: Dean Street Press Language: English.

  Searching for a suitable book for Easter weekend? Let me recommend Bewildering Cares by Winifred Peck, which suits the occasion admirably being both cosy and heavy with aspects of church life. It wasn’t quite to my tastes but I suspect I am an aberration and many of you would enjoy it greatly. Published in ,. James was knighted in , and it was as Lady Peck that his wife was known to many contemporary reviewers. Bewildering Cares, a novel about the perplexing and richly comic life of a parish priest's wife in the early months of World War Two, is now available as a Furrowed Middlebrow s:   Bewildering Cares, a novel about the perplexing and richly comic life of a parish priest’s wife in the early months of World War Two, is now available as a Furrowed Middlebrow book. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of s:   Book Review: Bewildering Cares by Winifred Peck ” “And as for recipes, a stew’s a stew whether you fill it with odds and ends and call it Raggout Victory or not, I say!” And I must admit that after many experiments with New War-time Suggestions I couldn’t help feeling that Kate had right on her side.”.

Readers of Bewildering Cares might well be reminded of the likes of E.M. Delafield or Angela Thirkell, but Peck offers her own distinct take--sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching--on the ironies and heartbreaks (not to mention the storms in teacups) of domestic life, /5. Bewildering Cares, a novel about the perplexing and richly comic life of a parish priest’s wife in the early months of World War Two, is now available as a Furrowed Middlebrow book. Reviews:   Shelf Control # Bewildering Cares by Winifred Peck Wednesday, the 4th of September, and the first shelf control post this month. Shelf Control is a weekly feature hosted by Lisa at Bookshelf Fantasies, and is about celebrating the books waiting to be read on your TBR piles/mountains.   I also mentioned in my earlier post a few of Peck's other novels, including two that seemed surely to be related—They Come, They Go: The Story of an English Rectory () and Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife ()—and I immediately placed interlibrary loan requests for way, I thought, if the latter really was a sequel of sorts to the former, I would.