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This week I am enjoying a view of life in the nunnery in Ferrara, Italy in 1570 where daughters were sold, often against there wills, to convents because the expenses of a wedding dowry were too high. The politics inside the confining walls are as fascinating as the characters who live within.
Sacred Hearts by Sarah Dunant