The Midwife's Revolt

How is the Boylston's home described in the novel, The Midwife’s Revolt?


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Eliza describes the Boylston's house as a cold home, not filled with love.... a place where she sought out comfort by spending time in the kitchen and with the family's slaves.


The Midwife’s Revolt