A Pin To See The Peepshow

A Pin To See The Peepshow A Pin to See the Peepshow is a fictionalized account of the life of Edith Thompson one of the three main players in the Ilford murder case of

  • Title: A Pin To See The Peepshow
  • Author: F. Tennyson Jesse Elaine Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780860680840
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Pin to See the Peepshow is a fictionalized account of the life of Edith Thompson, one of the three main players in the Ilford murder case of 1922.

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    1. Full name Fryniwyd Tennyson.

    2. I was surprised that I enjoyed this book as much as I did! I thought it may be a little 'old fashioned'. Although written in 1934 and is set during the first world war and just after, it could just as easily have applied to a young woman in the present day.I was unable to find anything that I liked about Julia. At the beginning I thought that she was just a teenager who was dissatisfied with her life and that she would grow out of it. This however was not the case, Julia is very vain, her short [...]

    3. From an early age Julia Almond, only child of conventional and ‘respectable’ lower middle class parents, knows that she is special. Longing for romance and adventure, she dreams of the day when something wonderful will happen. She attends the Polytechnic, does well in French and fashion-drawing and becomes an apprentice in a dress shop, eventually taking on the responsibility of travelling to Paris as buyer. When Julia’s father dies, she and her mother are unable to meet their bills. Relat [...]

    4. This novel by F.Tennysonn Jesse ,, grand niece of Alfred Lord Ten nysonis a Virago classic and was televised by the BBC in 1972. I chose to revisit it in preparation for reading Sarah Water^s novel The Paying Guests. Both novels involve a fictional reworking of the notorious Thompson Bywaters case The unconventional, at times positively unlovable heroine of the novel Julia Almond finds herself caught in the mores of early 20th century England where rules for upper class women were very different [...]

    5. Over on the Librarything Virago group – one of my favourite places on the internet to hang out – there has been quite a bit of talk about this book over the summer. It just happened I think that several people read it at around the same time. The response to it has been particularly good with people saying it is one of their favourite Virago books. Having heard all of that I had to read it for myself to see what the fuss was about.A Pin to see the Peepshow was first published in 1934 and fol [...]

    6. On , a site now owned by , I was introduced to this book by readers who pointed out that it was perhaps the inspiration for Sarah Waters' The Paying Guests. Thanks to Abe Books I managed to get hold of a second hand copy sent from the UK to Australia with my transaction helping Abe Books support literacy programs ( not quite what probably intended). But I digress.I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. I loved the language, the descriptions of Julia's internal life with its simple hopes and dreams and [...]

    7. What a novel! I was recommend this book roughly 10yrs ago while at school. I am glad I have waited so long to read it. I can fully appreciate this stunning tour de force!Utterly moving, dramatic, humorous, enchanting journey back in time via tram/omnibus. I have lived Juila's life through these pages. My heart in my mouth right up till the climatic ending. Making all the more moving & harrowing a story having been based on the infamous case at the time. Also having read Sara Waters paying gu [...]

    8. In some ways so old fashioned, in others a brilliant commentary of the times. Especially the bits about how Herbert liked his bacon cut, WW1, the clothes, the food, the family dynamics, the shop and above it all Julia Almond. This is a book I return to again and again.

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