Love at Paddington

By: W. Pett Ridge
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Love at Paddington" by W. Pett Ridge is a captivating novel that intertwines romance, drama, and social commentary within the vibrant backdrop of Victorian-era London. Through rich character development and insightful social commentary, Ridge delves into the complexities of relationships and urban life in the bustling neighborhood of Paddington. Set against the backdrop of bustling streets and working-class neighborhoods, the novel follows the lives of its characters as they navigate the intricacies of love and romance in the bustling metropolis. Ridge's keen observations of Victorian society provide a compelling insight into the challenges and triumphs of everyday life in London. At its heart, "Love at Paddington" is a love story that transcends class boundaries, exploring the universal themes of love, sacrifice, and resilience. As the characters grapple with their desires and ambitions, Ridge offers a poignant portrayal of the human experience within the context of urban life. With its blend of romance, drama, and social commentary, "Love at Paddington" stands as a testament to W. Pett Ridge's skill as a writer and his ability to capture the essence of British literature.

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W. Pett Ridge

William Pett Ridge was an English fiction writer who was born in Chartham, near Canterbury, Kent, on April 22, 1859, and died in London on October 2, 1930. He went to school in Marden, Kent, and at the Birkbeck Institute. He worked as a clerk for a while at the Railway Clearing House. Around 1891, he started writing funny sketches for the St. James's Gazette and other publications. His first book, A Clever Wife (1895), was released, but it wasn't until his fifth book, Mord Em'ly (1898), that he had his first big hit. This book showed that he could write funny portraits of life in the lower classes. Pett Ridge was a kind person who gave a lot of his time and money to good causes. In 1907, he started the Babies Home at Hoxton. He was also a strong backer of many groups whose goal was to help children. Because of his desire to help others and the fact that he became the best writer about London life and people, he was seen as Dickens' natural successor. He was a judge in the fake trial of John Jasper for killing Edwin Drood on January 7, 1914, in King's Hall, Covent Garden.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2024
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 98 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 9363058875
  • ISBN-13: 9789363058873
  • Item Weight: 127.4g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 5.85mm
  • Reading age: 10+
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Fiction / General