This novel tells the story of a group of gypsies living in rural England in the mid-19th century. The book explores the challenges and prejudices faced by these marginalized communities, as well as the relationships between individuals within the group. The author's vivid descriptions of the natural landscape and the gypsies' traditional way of life bring the story to life.
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