Dona Perfecta: Easyread Comfort Edition
How the advent of technology and other revolutionary beliefs were fought off by the populace has been beautifully depicted by Galdos. In a picturesque manner, he depicts the idiosyncratic characters in a unique style. Pro- and anti-Catholic sentiments and arguments are forged into the theme of the novel.
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