Dona Perfecta: Easyread Super Large 24pt 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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VILLAHORRENDA FIVE MINUTES
THE ARRIVAL OF THE COUSIN
WILL THERE BE DISSENSION?
IN WHICH IT IS SEEN THAT DISAGREEMENT MAY ARISE
THE DISAGREEMENT INCREASES
IN ALL HASTE
THE DISAGREEMENT CONTINUES TO INCREASE
THE EVIDENCE OF DISCORD IS EVIDENT
THE DISCORD GROWS
HERE WAS TROY
A CASUS BELLI
THE DISCORD CONTINUES TO INCREASE
DISCORD CONTINUES TO GROW UNTIL WAR
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