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Beginning in the fifteenth century and concluding at the time of the Restoration this is the second volume in the 'House' trilogy The House. I love reading these typical Norah Lofts books that go through the generations So interesting though I must confess fairly depressing in many of the chaptersThe coolest thing though is that I happened to find this book at a used bookstore in Bern who had English paperbacks for 1 frank And after a few short minutes of browsing while my kids are waiting impatiently I found two books by one of my favorite authors What a great day

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The House at Old Vine

At Old Vine is a colourful account of a turbulent period in English history containing religious persecution war rebellion and social change. The second book of the trilogy on the town house not so engaging as others Lofts books

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The house in Suffolk is a dramatic link between the six characters who inhabit it during this period and whose heartfelt stories we are tol. Norah Lofts was a remarkable writer bringing the domestic and woman s view to historical events long before it was fashionable to do so In this second novel of the Old Vine trilogy we move through the history of the house during the Tudor and Stuart and Commonwealth periods through a series of determined clever industrious and manipulative matriarchs


10 thoughts on “The House at Old Vine

  1. says:

    WHEW I cannot wait to start #3 House at Sunset This one is a 45 star I rounded up because it holds some of my most favorite characters in all of Norah Lofts' HUGE output This is the Townhouse in Baildon Suffolk which was begun by Ma

  2. says:

    I love reading these typical Norah Lofts books that go through the generations So interesting though I must conf

  3. says:

    people who cannot forgive themselves are unable to forgive anyone else; forgiveness like charity starts at homeAno

  4. says:

    I'm sure I've read this book and its companions than once and may yet read them again A house especially an English house has many inhabitants through its useful life and these books follow the house through several centuries History romance intrigue these books have it all along with Lofts' mastery of setting Highly recommended

  5. says:

    The second book of the trilogy on the town house not so engaging as others Lofts books

  6. says:

    In a trilogy that spans five centuries beginning in the fourteenth century and concluding during the middle of the twentieth century this is the second volume of the Suffolk House Trilogy This is the continuing story of a town house and the various people who live there The trilogy follows the story of Martin Re

  7. says:

    There seems to be much bitterness in this volume than in the first The Town House which was all the sweeter for Maude Reed's Tale However this v

  8. says:

    Still very much enjoying this ambitious and well written historical trilogy which follows the fortunes of the inhabitants of The Old Vine It's almost like a series of short stories a format I'm not normally keen on but in this case i

  9. says:

    Norah Lofts was a remarkable writer bringing the domestic and woman's view to historical events long before it was fashionable to do so In this second novel of the Old Vine trilogy we move through the history of the house during the Tudor and Stuart and Commonwealth periods through a series of determined clever industrious and manipulative matriarchs

  10. says:

    This story covers 6 generations that all have ties to the home Old Vine It is broken down into each persons story I enjoyed the tales and would have rated it higher except the ending left me dissatisfied It was almost like the author