A Long-Ago Affair: Tales from Caravan
Written by the author of The Forsyte Saga, Caravan is a collection of 56 short stories composed between the years 1900 and 1923. A Long Ago Affair comprises the final 32 stories from the collection. Written in Galsworthy’s descriptive and engaging manner, this collection is a thought-provoking and entertaining body of work.
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Introduction to the Modern Edition
The Pack 1905
A Knight 1900
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