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Enchanted Evening Volume III of the Autobiography of M M KayeOften uite funny but the mood darkens when they return to India for younger sister Bet's wedding and their father dies shortly thereafter Kaye goes to England planning to support herself as an illustrator but stumbles instead into a career writing mysteries and children's books The self effacing author presents this turn of events as a simple stroke of luck and devotes most of her text to amusing anecdotes and evocative descriptions of landscape particularly after royalty payments enable her to return happily to India In the privileged British Raj politics hardly impinge until Wo. Again this last volume of Mollie Kaye's memoir has a lot of detail about places she's visit

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Free read Ï Enchanted Evening: Volume III of the Autobiography of M. M. Kaye Ú The third volume of MM Kaye's memoirs continues the story of her life in the engagingly chatty style that is familiar from The Sun in the Morning and Golden Afternoon As this volume begins Kaye is a young woman in her 20s appreThe third volume of MM Kaye's memoirs continues the story of her life in the engagingly chatty style that is familiar from The Sun in the Morning and Golden Afternoon As this volume begins Kaye is a young woman in her 20s apprehensively en route to China in the spring of 1932 She would have preferred to remain in India her childhood home and the setting many years later for her bestselling novel The Far Pavilions but her beloved father who has been dismissed unfairly from the British colonial service wants to retire in China Kaye's account of the family's sojourn is colorful and. I hated to have this book end This third volume of her autobiography takes you through her

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Rld War II begins in 1939 and this ill wind blows good toward our redoubtable heroine who meets Mr Right in the shape of an Indian Army officer who is escaping a bad marriage Even here Kaye is oh so English in her assertion that Lieutenant Godfrey John Hamilton was only too ready to fall into the arms of almost any unattached woman I can only be profoundly and eternally grateful that she happened to be me The warm humanism and ready wit that are displayed throughout these charming reminiscences will prompt most readers to feel that Lieutenant Hamilton was the lucky one Wendy Smit. Her life was like a novel What a truly interesting woman She must have been a incredibly fo