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The forgotten garden. By Kate Morton. First published in Genre & subjects. Domestic Fiction. English and Australian Fiction. Synopsis. A tiny girl is. THE FORGOTTEN GARDEN READING GROUP GUIDE. Kate Morton, a native Australian, holds degrees in dramatic art and English literature and is currently a . Editorial Reviews. lyatrusavquoper.cf Review. site Best of the Month, April Like Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved classic The Secret Garden, Kate.

Along with stories like The Faraway Tree and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe , it's one of many classic childhood tales in which children escape from the adult world to a place in which their imagination is allowed free rein. However, it wasn't my intention to reference The Secret Garden when I first started writing. Nana was so deeply affected by this knowledge that she told no one until she was a very old lady and finally confided in her three daughters.

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When I learned Nana's secret, I was struck by how fragile a person's sense of self is and knew that one day I would write a story about someone who experienced a similar life-changing confession. When I began to write about Nell, I knew that her mystery was going to lead her to an English cottage, but the other details were hazy.

My interest was piqued, and I began reading everything I could find about this place: a grand country estate with astounding gardens that had been locked and forgotten after its gardening staff were killed during the first world war and the owners moved away. When it was rediscovered in the late 20th century, nature had reclaimed the estate, but the bones of the garden lay deep beneath the overgrowth.

This story really fired my imagination and I knew that I'd not only found my location--Cornwall--but that I would also need a forgotten garden in my story! I was also eager to play with 19th-century gothic conventions in The Forgotten Garden.

I adore books like Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights , and I wanted a gloomy old house, wicked aunts, secretive servants, hidden identities, mysterious whisperings--the lot.

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But when my garden grew walls, I suddenly remembered The Secret Garden , and with my theme of fairy tales and storytellers and the vital role that such things play in a child's imagination, I couldn't resist introducing parallels including a walk-on role for Frances Hodgson Burnett. It was a way of referencing my own childhood influences-- Enid Blyton and the Famous Five get a couple of nods throughout, too!

Which books fired your imagination as a child? Do you think fairy tales play a role in preparing children for life's harsher realities, and giving them courage? As children spend more time being entertained--by TV and video games--and less time inventing their own entertainments and exploring the natural world, what are we losing?

A: I read voraciously as a child, and the more I write the more I realize that an essential part of my character and certainly my inner writer was formed in those early years.

I also loved Anne of Green Gables , The Railway Children , Roald Dahl , and fairy tales of all description, and had a mighty impressive collection of second-hand Trixie Belden books collected when my mum, an antique dealer, dragged us to second-hand shops with her.

I agree that fairy tales teach children about life's harsher realities. They are our society's fables and, in their true form, often contain messages that aren't easy to hear. A mysterious woman called the Authoress had promised to look after her-but the Authoress has disappeared without a trace. A terrible secret. On the night of her twenty-first birthday, Nell O'Connor learns a secret that will change her life forever.

Decades later, she embarks upon a search for the truth that leads her to the windswept Cornish coast and the strange and beautiful Blackhurst Manor, once owned by the aristocratic Mountrachet family.

A mysterious inheritance. On Nell's death, her grand-daughter, Cassandra, comes into an unexpected inheritance.

Cliff Cottage and its forgotten garden are notorious amongst the Cornish locals for the secrets they hold-secrets about the doomed Mountrachet family and their ward Eliza Makepeace, a writer of dark Victorian fairytales. It is here that Cassandra will finally uncover the truth about the family, and solve the century-old mystery of a little girl lost.

A captivating and atmospheric story of secrets, family and memory from the international bestselling author Kate Morton.

Fiction Mystery Publication Details Publisher: She has degrees in dramatic art and English literature and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Queensland. Kate lives with her husband and young sons in Brisbane.She has degrees in dramatic art and English literature and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Queensland.

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There was a front door, way up top, but someone years ago had enclosed the stairway so that the entrance was obscured, and Lesley said that no one ever used it. A lurch and the huge boat groaned, long and low from deep within its belly. The hall lights were dimmed and the sounds of sleep were everywhere around her. Embed Size px.

Next Saturday all right? She peered over her glasses at the chair where Cassandra sat, a crumpled blue-green hospital blanket on her lap.

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