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The copper beech / Maeve Binchy.

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  • ISBN: 0385307756 (hc) :
  • ISBN: 9780385307758
  • Physical Description: 345 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Delacorte Press, 1992.

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Summary, etc.: In the Irish town of Schancarrig, the young carve their initials--and those of their loves-into the copper beech tree in front of the schoolhouse. But not even Father Gunn, the parish priest, who knows most of what goes on behind Shancarrig's closed doors, or Dr. Jims, the village doctor, who knows all the rest, realizes that not everything in the placid village is what it seems.
Subject: Country life > Fiction.
Villages > Fiction.
Ireland > Fiction.
Genre: Pastoral fiction.
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