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Downton Abbey free pdf ""Downton Abbey "set a new standard, and it's probable that in 20 or 50 years critics will look back and say that this was period drama at its very best, often imitated but never bettered." "The Daily Mail"Since the moment we first entered Downton Abbey in 1912, we have been swept away by Julian Fellowes s evocative world of romance, intrigue, drama and tradition. Now, in 1925, as Downton Abbey prepares to close its doors for the final time, Jessica Fellowes leads us through the house and estate, reliving the iconic moments of the wonderfully aristocratic Crawley family and their servants as they navigate the emerging modern age.Travelling from Great Hall to servants hall, bedroom to boot room, we glimpse as we go Matthew and Isobel Crawley arriving for the first time, the death of Kemal Pamuk, Cora s tragic miscarriage, Edith s affair with Michael Gregson, Mary s new haircut, Thomas and O Brien s scheming, Anna and Bates s troubles with the law, and Carson s marriage to Mrs Hughes.Alongside are in-depth interviews with the cast, who have worked on the show for six years and know it so well, as well as a complete episode guide for the first five seasons and a teaser for the sixth. Packed full of stunning location shots and stills from all six seasons of the show including exclusive behind-the-scenes photography, this celebratory book is the ultimate gift for "Downton Abbey" fans the world over."

About Jessica Fellowes

JESSICA FELLOWES is an author, journalist, and public speaker. Formerly a celebrity interviewer at the "Mail on Sunday" and deputy editor of "Country Life" magazine, she has written seven books as well as touring with her lectures on "Downton Abbey" from Cheltenham to California. She lives in Oxfordshire and London with her family.JULIAN FELLOWES is the writer and creator of the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning TV series "Downton Abbey. "He is also the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of "Gosford Park" and the author of the "New York Times" bestselling novel "Snobs."

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Author : Jessica Fellowes
Publisher : St. Martin's Press
Data Published : 10 November 2015
ISBN : 1250091551
EAN : 9781250091550
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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