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Ephron AmyA Cup of Tea New York Ballantine Books 1989A Cup Of Tea by Amy Ephron is a tragic romancethis story takes placein new York City The Time Period of this story is between 1917 and 1918 this is a story oflove and betrayal Rosemary fell is from a wealthy family that spoiledhergrowing up in luxury and then marrying into wealth Rosemary had to keep up an image of class andsuffixation Do to her way of life Rosemary never knew what life was really like therefor she never knewwhat it was like to live without a man maintaining her Philip Aslop was Rosemarys husband He was a verywealthy man who owned his own business Not only was he a wealthy man but an officer in thearmy He was a very formal man with a very formal marriage arrangement Eleanor smith is poor She also is very modest she knows that to havesomthing in life she must work harder then most do to the life she was born intoworking hardmade her very down to earth and self-assured being with Eleanor philip Aslop would become a differintperson He would become very informal and openRosemary Elaeanor and Phillip all met for the first time when Rosemarysaw Elaenor on the street and brought her home Rosemary saw this as a chance to dosomething good for the sisiter hood of women Right away when Phillip saw Eleanor he was captivated by herAfter Rosmary helped Eleanor Eleanor found a job making and selling hats Eleanor aslostarting living at a bording house for young ladies Phillip found out where she worked and lived and didnthesitate to go after her Little by little Eleanor feel in love with Phillip When Phillip would go lookfor Eleanor he made her feel special like she was the only one This feeling came to an abrupet end when shesaw the
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