The Mitford sisters
—Lovell, Mary S., author.
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The lives and times of six aristocratic British sisters, exploring family relationships, artistic successes, scandals, and tragedies. Traces their involvements in clashing political ideologies between the World Wars. One of them, Diana, married British fascist Oswald Mosley and became "the most hated woman in England," spending most of World War II in prison. Bestseller. 2002.

Item Details
Aristocracy (Social class) -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Daisy talking books.
England -- Biography.
Great Britain -- Biography.
Mitford family.
Mitford, Jessica, 1917-1996.
Mitford, Nancy, 1904-1973.
Mitford, Unity, 1914-1948.
Other Authors:
BC Libraries Cooperative. National Network for Equitable Library Service, distributor.
Centre for Equitable Library Access (Canada)
Karstens, Wendy, narrator.
Lovell, Mary S. Mitford girls.
Saskatoon Public Library.
NNELs edition.
Computer data (70 files : 601 mb).
1 DAISY disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
digital DAISY
Other Title:
Mitford sisters : the saga of the Mitford family
Mitford girls : the biography of an extraordinary family
Mitford girls.
The Mitford girls.
Burned to disc in Saskatoon Public Library NNELS Talking Book Disc Service.
Restricted to use by people with documented print impairment.
Access restricted to persons who are visually impaired or physically disabled and cannot use conventional print materials
Read by Wendy Karstens.
Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, NLS/BPH (New York, N.Y. : American Foundation for the Blind), 2003.
1st American edition New York : Norton, 2002. 0349115052
Recording standard: DAISY 2.02 standard.
MP3 compression.
Compression rate: 64.
Link to PAC
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